Digital closings (eClosings) continue to be a rising trend in the marketplace. TLTA formed the Digital Closing Task Force to study digital closings, the impact they will have on the title insurance industry and ways to keep TLTA members and industry partners informed and educated on this growing trend.

Selecting a Digital Closing Vendor

Vendor List

To assist members in navigating this new arena, TLTA’s Digital Closing Task Force has compiled a list of technology vendors who provide digital closing products to Texas agents. Contact them directly to learn more about their products and services. You may also download the vendor list.

Please Note: This list is not intended to be a complete listing of all digital closing vendors, just those we have been able to identify at this point. It is also not an endorsement or recommendation of any of these vendors, but rather is designed to be a helpful tool in researching available vendors. Individual companies should do their own due diligence in selecting which vendor(s) with which to do business. This list is limited to vendors that also appear on the Fannie Mae and/or Freddie Mac approved eMortgage vendor lists. Learn more about their criteria at and

Questions to Ask Your Vendor

Have a meeting with a digital closing technology vendor? These questions will help you get the conversation started.

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Remote Online Notarization

During the 85th Texas Legislative Session, statutory changes were made to allow Remote Online Notarization (RON) in Texas. Rules adopted by the Secretary of State to implement the statute uncovered certain ambiguities and potential conflicts, calling into question the best mechanism to “paper out” a RON transaction and file it in a county that does not allow for e-filing.

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This information is being provided by TLTA for educational and reference purposes only and should not be construed as legal, financial or business advice from or on behalf of TLTA. Users should consult their own legal counsel and subject-matter experts to ensure that any policies adopted or actions taken meet the requirements unique to their company.

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