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In lieu of Blend Title as the settlement agent, will Blend ever integrate with other settlement providers, such as Amrock or Mortgage Connect?

Not everyone will use Blend Title as their settlement provider. In fact, Blend Title is currently not available in all states. And, most of the time, Blend users use their own title agency as their settlement provider (like Regions Bank, who currently uses Blend for their Home Equity Lines of Credit - may extend Blend for HELOANS, Mortgages, Consumer Lending, Auto Lending, and Deposit in the future, uses Mortgage Connect as their companywide settlement provider), and generally, you have to work around this caveat in Blend with manual integration, like APIs. So, here’s the question I’ve wanted to ask about for a while since Blend Title came about: will Blend, in the future, integrate with other settlement providers, like Amrock or Mortgage Connect, as an option in lieu of Blend Title? I hope to find a straight answer to this question soon!

I need a user guide for clients. Anyone know where to find one?

IsSuccessful set to false but OK Response ???

So I'm POSTing a home-lending/applications and the response is a 200 OK with the appropriate payload but the IsSuccessful flag is being set to false and the ErrorMessage is set to "Input string was not in a correct format." No indication of what was not correct and I've even gone so far as to reduce the POST to the bare minimum, firstName, lastName and email.

Does Blend offers an interface for Spanish speaking end users?

I would like to know if Blend offers an interface for Spanish speaking end users?

Is this thing on?

Hello. New developer here, trying to make things work. I see that the latest versions API specs in the Github repository aren't very in sync with your documentation (no Postman collections, for example). Also, I've observed that trying to generate C# code using the OpenAPI Tools Generator (which is pretty much the standard) fails using the 4.3.0 yaml schema, which is not very optimal. Are you working on upgrading / improving your API and standards?

Validation Error Detail on /documents POST

The following response (from /documents POST) does not contain information about what field failed validation. How is an API consumer to understand what failed validation so that they can understand the problem? Perhaps the response should include a collection of field validation problems in the 400 responses? "trackingId": "65cc8c01-b1a0-4434-985d-6b5fd587538f", "error": "Invalid request. Validation error occurred at field value.", "display": "Please provide a valid value. (65cc8c01-b1a0-4434-985d-6b5fd587538f)"

Spanish Applications

When will a Spanish Application experience be available?

Will Blend ever integrate with other Digital Closing/eNotary providers (like Snapdocs, Pavaso, NotaryCam, Notarize, etc.) besides Blend Close?

I know that Blend offers Blend Close as an eClosing/eNotary solution, but some financial institutions may want to use another provider for their mortgage business. So, is there any chance or circumstance that Blend will ever integrate with outside Digital Closing/eNotary providers in lieu of Blend Close?

Will Blend ever integrate with OneSpan Sign (formerly eSignLive)? Or, do I need to integrate it manually via API?

I have a question concerning electronic signatures on Blend: will Blend ever integrate with OneSpan Sign, or do I need to use API to create a custom interface? My bank uses OneSpan Sign as its e-sign provider, and so I was wondering if this would be possible? I would appreciate a swift response on that Matter.

Blend APIs requires Guids to be lowercase? Is that correct?

I like to confirm this, as it has tripped me up a number of times when setting up unit test and working with Postman. Since SQL Server stores guids as uppercase and C# treats them as lowercase, within C# code this is not an issue, so long as you don't treat them as strings. But, if you pull in the guids from SQL, which are always uppercased, and use those for Postman tests, they will fail. I just want to confirm this, as guids are not case sensitive. But the Blend APIs seem to be. Best regards, Jon