Inspectors and brokers have all the tools to manage their business and connect to leading mortgage lenders with InspectionPort.

In your InspectionPort account, you can store a thorough record of completed orders and a full log of all communications related to each order. InspectionPort removes the security risks, confusion, and uncertainties that can result from traditional communication methods.

New lenders join the network regularly, bringing more potential business your way. InspectionPort makes it easy to receive their orders and accept or reject assignments 24/7, depending on your work schedule and preferences.

How it works

First, sign up and make InspectionPort your own. New orders show up in your queue. Click to accept them (or click to decline) and they're filed instantly into the appropriate category: "New Orders," "Accepted Orders," "Submitted Reports," and "Rejected Reports."

When you submit your report, InspectionPort transmits it immediately and securely into the lender's Collateral Management System®, while adding it to your "submitted reports" queue for easy tracking. The client then automatically reviews your report, speeding a response to you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is InspectionPort?

InspectionPort is a secure, Web-based work site from which users can receive orders, send completed reports, and communicate with their clients. It is an integrated component of FNC's Collateral Management System®, used by many lenders.

Is InspectionPort a vendor management company?

No, InspectionPort is owned by FNC, Inc., a technology company. InspectionPort does not arrange or engage vendors on behalf of others.

What is the difference between using InspectionPort and email?

Security and integration. Transferring reports by e-mail sends files across an unsecured platform to the recipient's inbox—a major security hazard. Since InspectionPort is a component of an integrated collateral management system, your sent report travels directly from your computer to your client for processing. Your report and any communication passed between you and your client via InspectionPort are sent on a secure https platform and can only be accessed by users within the client's management system who have permission to view the information.

Does InspectionPort require any special settings on my computer?

A minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 is recommended for optimum user experience.

This price schedule covers information regarding the fees and charges imposed directly by InspectionPort. The fees and charges for other products and services, including, for example, those for FNC's Collateral DNA products and services, such as Data Express, are found with those products and services.

Why does InspectionPort charge a fee? What's it for?

 The fee you are charged when your completed report has been accepted by your client covers receiving the order, accepting the order online, sending the report (no matter how many times you may need to send it), messaging, and technical support. If you do not receive orders on InspectionPort, there is no InspectionPort charge. State and local sales tax will be charged where applicable.

Am I charged a fee for cancelled orders, orders I reject, or orders that the client sends back to me for adjustments?

You are not charged a transaction fee for cancelled orders in which you do not receive full or partial payment, orders that you reject, or even orders that are sent back to you by your client for adjustments. You are only charged a fee after a report has been accepted by your client as completed, or for orders in which you receive a full or partial payment.

What is a completed transaction?

A completed transaction, as it relates to InspectionPort, is an order for inspection or valuation services that you receive that is completed as an inspection or valuation service report and submitted via InspectionPort (or other means) back to the client, which in turn accepts it as completed. Even if the report is delivered by other means (i.e. fax, email, etc.), the InspectionPort fee is due once the client institution accepts the report as complete.

Typically, when you send the report back to your client and the client logs out the order with its collateral management system, you are then charged a fee.

Is there a registration fee for InspectionPort?

InspectionPort has no registration, membership, or annual fees. Any real estate broker or property inspector may register with no obligation whatsoever.

How do I register with InspectionPort?

Registering with InspectionPort is a two-step process. First, choose a login ID and password by completing the form in the Sign Up section.

Next, activate your account by clicking a link in an email that is sent to you after you complete signup. This ensures that the email address you provided during signup was entered and stored correctly.

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