Dart Appraisal Announces Integration With Mercury Network's
Enterprise Vendor Framework
Troy, MI, May 27, 2015 - Dart Appraisal, an
independently-owned, nationwide appraisal management company (AMC),
today announced an integration with Mercury Network's Enterprise
Vendor Framework (EVF). EVF is an advanced integration framework
designed for lenders who currently use multiple appraisal
management companies. Dart Appraisal can instantly be added to the
lender's slate of redundant vendors via a single connection between
the lender and EVF.
The integration provides streamlined communications with
lenders, since EVF automatically passes status and documents from
the lender or AMCs platforms to Mercury Network without modifying
"By eliminating the need for users to switch between their LOS
and an email server, the integration now offers direct
communication to reduce the time spent on loan processing while
adding a layer of risk mitigation," said Michael Dresden, president
of Dart Appraisal. "Taking into account the multitude of loans
processed by each user, this small time saver can become a big
advantage when compounded daily."
"Lenders have new regulatory burdens to oversee their valuation
service providers," stated Jennifer Miller, president of Mercury
Network. "With EVF, lenders have a single technology interface to
connect to every provider for a far easier path to compliance with
CFPB, OCC, FDIC, and investor mandates. We're honored to welcome
Dart Appraisal to the roster of AMCs able to receive appraisal
orders via our Enterprise Vendor Framework."
Lenders using Mercury Network's Enterprise Vendor Framework can
log in via a secure web portal or integrate to their existing
systems via Mercury Network's open API for a single platform to
manage all collateral valuations, with the centralized control and
flexibility mandated by the third-party oversight requirements.
"At Dart Appraisal, we are constantly striving to leverage our
technology to create innovative, custom solutions for the mortgage
loan industry," Dresden added. "Our singular focus remains
streamlining and improving the appraisal process, which this
expansion helps to accomplish."