Simplifile, a leading provider of real estate document collaboration and recording technologies for lenders, settlement agents and counties, today announced that its Vice President of Sales Vicki DiPasquale was named to National Mortgage Professional magazine’s 2019 list of “Mortgage Banking’s Most Powerful Women.” According to the magazine’s October issue, the accomplishments of this year’s winners center around three key words: Pioneer, Leader and Innovator.
“Vicki’s contributions to both Simplifile and the real estate industry at large are truly remarkable, and we are thrilled to see her efforts recognized by the staff of National Mortgage Professional,” said Simplifile President Paul Clifford.
DiPasquale has served as Simplifile’s Vice President of Sales for the last 10 years, overseeing and supporting all sales activities and directing county and submitter growth efforts. She is also one of the industry’s preeminent experts and educators on e-recording, lender-settlement electronic collaboration and automated post closing. Her 40 years’ experience working in all levels of the title and real estate industries has been essential to helping Simplifile understand the needs of its customers — and, consequently, to Simplifile’s product innovation, growth and overall success.
“It’s not often that people realize their passion as a teenager, but I have been involved in real estate in some capacity since high school and never wanted to do anything else,” DiPasquale said. “What has driven me professionally is the desire to solve the challenges this industry presents on a daily basis. Awards like this simply reinforce the feeling that my efforts are making a difference, which makes them all the more gratifying to receive. It is truly an honor to be named as ‘powerful’ when I am so grateful to be able work in an industry I love so much.”
To date, 1,991 jurisdictions participate in Simplifile’s e-recording network, accounting for more than 55% of all U.S. recording jurisdictions and nearly 98% of the total number of jurisdictions that e-record. More than 80% of the U.S. population lives in a recording district that uses Simplifile’s e-recording platform. Thanks to DiPasquale’s efforts, Simplifile has been able to effectively expand its e-recording network at a rate much higher than competitors, making Simplifile the leader in the e-recording industry by half. Thus far in 2019, Simplifile has added more than 100 new jurisdictions to its e-recording network, has expanded statewide coverage in three states, to a total of 11 states nationwide, and opened up a new state to e-recording.
“There are few times in a career when you get to affect the future of an industry with every decision,” DiPasquale said. “Simplifile has afforded me that opportunity. As the market leader, we have methodically and thoughtfully built a new industry. It truly doesn’t get much better than that.”
To view the complete list of “Mortgage Banking’s Most Powerful Women” honorees, visit https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/nmpmedia/nmp_201910/index.php#/38.