HomebuyingTechnologyLifestyle April 09 2018

Why Eagle Digital Mortgage is Different

Applying for a mortgage loan the old-fashioned way was pretty tedious. It’s been one of those manual, paper-intensive processes in dire need of a big overhaul. We thought so too. So, we decided to ditch that and provide our customers with a more frictionless experience that meets today’s busy, mobile lifestyle. That’s why we created Eagle Digital Mortgage. It gives Eagle customers a faster, better, easier way to apply for a mortgage, in as little as 10 minutes. Here’s just a few reasons why you’re going to love the Eagle Digital Mortgage:

1. Anywhere. Any Device.

Whether you want to use a smartphone, tablet or laptop, you can easily access Digital Mortgage from anywhere, anytime. And with the auto-save feature, you can pick up right where you left off. Update your loan application while you’re at the coffee shop enjoying your morning fix, headed to the beach to get a tan or just distracting yourself while on the elliptical at the gym. Multi-tasking is our jam.

2. We protect your info with top notch security.

Digital Mortgage puts security first with 256-bit bank-level encryption (say that five times fast). We take protecting your private information, seriously.

3. It is seriously easy to fill out.

Regular loan applications can sometimes take days to complete. Digital Mortgage electronically gathers employment, income, tax records, and more - so you can finish fast— in as little as 10 minutes. FYI—that’s almost the same amount of time it takes to cook pasta.

4. Help is at your fingertips.

We get it: getting a mortgage comes with questions. And, we have answers. Ask for help in whichever way feels comfortable to you—chat, email, phone, or in-person at one of our local branch offices – your loan officer is here for you. If you are ready to ditch the paperwork and time consuming process that comes with regular mortgage applications, check out Eagle Digital Mortgage.

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