Loan Documentation


Today there is a great digital revolution happening in the financial services industry. More and more people are turning towards financial institutions that exist mostly on a digital platform as opposed brick-and-mortar. FinTech has accelerated this push to bring the industry into a digital environment


Surprisingly, recent studies showed that it’s not just the younger generation, but also a majority in the 35-55 age group as well are preferring digital financial products. The digital loan processes provide enhanced transparency and improved customer experience.


Historically, loan originators worked on manual document processes. This increases the cost of originating loans and according to the Mortgage Bankers Association, it reached $8,887 per loan in the first quarter of 2017. With risk being surpassed by their tech-enabled competitors, a higher number of loan originators are embracing the digital loan processes. Effective use of technology can translate into less upfront work for originators, more loans in the pipeline, faster closings and happier borrowers. Thus this is a win-win for all stakeholders.


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Loan Documentation Software



Document generation software is the most cost-efficient digital transformations that generate great ROI in very short periods of time. This enhances the borrower experience while making the back-end loan-production process more efficient and effective by allowing lenders to produce higher-quality loan files in less time, which is a win-win for everyone.


Loan documentation software transcends full range of borrowers, collateral and loan types, and enable the entire range of transactions to be digitized and processed quickly including


  1. The ability to produce applications for the loan request
  2. The functionality needed to create supporting application documents including loan scenarios, where loan originators have to export complex excel calculations into word / PDF document
  3. It provides increased efficiency and reduces loan processing time. Loan originators can generate accurate loan document packages based on information stored in your LOS, CRM, and other front-end platforms
  4. The ability to complete the loan document package with a commitment letter, detailed borrowing resolutions, loan agreements, guarantees, and promissory notes and security instruments - all with a high level of flexibility
  5. The lenders can go completely paperless by integrating loan documentation software with an e-sign provider

Choosing the right loan documentation software is critical. One of the most common approaches for automating loan document creation is by coding the templates in the core system. This is an expensive option. Moreover, document templates undergo frequent changes and thus require associated code changes whenever there is a change in the templates. This makes business users ever dependent on resource-constrained IT department.


EDocGen Loan Documentation Software



EDocGen is the fastest and the simplest way to auto-generate documents and was specifically developed for auto-generating loan documentation. It is DIY loan documentation software with an intuitive interface. You can generate loan documents from both your PDF and Microsoft Word templates.

Your business users can create/edit templates in their favorite Microsoft Word/PDF editors. Thus it empowers them to have a complete control over template changes.


• EDocGen seamlessly integrate with the industry’s leading loan origination, point-of-sale, and borrower portals through Rest API, removing the need to re-key the data into templates

• 100% of text can be customized for all transaction types

• Standard Microsoft Word(docx) and PDF documents output

• Perform if-else conditions and calculations right inside templates

• Available as a subscription service that doesn't involve large upfront fees or multiple-year contractual lock-ins.


Using EDocGen loan documentation software, you can achieve speed, convenience, efficiency, customer experience and engagement, reduced risk and improved compliance.