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Acopia to Publish Lending Libraries with AllRegs

Tennessee's ""Acopia Home Loans"":http://www.acopiahomeloans.com/index.php announced the publishing of its lending library through ""AllRegs"":http://www.allregs.com/.


From this point, Acopia will leverage AllReg's technology platform and publishing expertise to manage and maintain its underwriting guides. Users will be able to take advantage of a variety of productivity tools, including an electronic ""Table of Contents"" tree with links to guidelines, a robust search engine that features a thesaurus with industry jargon, and relative matching results.

Internal Acopia staff and business partners will be able to check content online, giving them access to product descriptions and matrices, credit policy, representations and warranties, and more. The Acopia Lending Libraries also feature a ""Recent Updates"" section and email alerts to quickly notify users of changes to content.

""Our proprietary AllRegs publishing system provides a robust resource for delivering content and searching mortgage guidelines,"" said Dan Thoms, EVP of AllRegs. ""We at AllRegs are very excited to help Acopia provide their staff and business partners with a resource that will streamline their business processes and increase productivity.""

""Acopia is very excited to offer our Underwriting and Seller guides to staff and business partners using the AllRegs Lending Libraries,"" said Scott Dunn, VP of compliance and quality assurance for Acopia. ""The breadth of information available and the ease of navigation will allow for immediate, up-to-date information and promote efficiencies across our business channels. As AllRegs is an industry leading information provider, the partnership with AllRegs was an easy decision to make.""


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