AtClose Announces Next Generation Mortgage Technology

By Atclose -

June 4, 2014


Pittsburgh, PA – May 8, 2013 – AtClose LLC. is pleased to announce the general availability of the industry’s first truly browser-based system for automating Title, Appraisal, and Settlement services. AtClose is currently at four of the largest independent settlement companies in the country.

AtClose is a comprehensive, state of the art, cloud based software providing superior business solutions in a rapidly evolving regulatory environment.  Designed by industry experts, AtClose employs best practices to streamline and optimize workflow processes and increase efficiency, enhance quality and reduce operational expense.

AtClose offers an end to end integration framework for clients and vendors. Seamless, out of the box integration with best in class recording and post closing solutions provide a turnkey platform for generating new revenue streams.

The comprehensive escrow accounting feature offers check printing, PosiPay and three way account reconciliation. All major, national underwriter forms, premiums and endorsements are preloaded.  Internal and external users can quickly and easily produce accurate good faith estimates using the robust title fee and real estate recording fee utility.

AtClose is fully compliant with all prevailing regulations and is flexible enough to handle rapidly changing regulatory landscape.

About AtClose LLC.

Pittsburgh, PA based AtClose LLC is a full service mortgage products and services company that delivers innovative solutions in the best-of-breed philosophy. AtClose offers title and settlement companies the solutions to improve profitability through removing inefficient business processes and technologies. The company’s customers include top tier title and vendor management companies.  For more information, visit, email us at or call 609-409-1063 x1116.

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