What a Biden presidency could mean for the housing market

We discuss David Stevens’ recent article that examines what the housing market could look like in a Biden administration.

Biden picks Janet Yellen to be next Treasury Secretary

The former head of Federal Reserve would be first woman to lead Treasury Department

Buying a home in a competitive market

We couldn’t be more thrilled about interviewing a real estate agent for the second episode of Girlfunds, a show where we give you our two cents on money.

Ushering in the future borrower experience

As Katherine Campbell drives toward a one-touch mortgage, she’s taking time to share what she has learned along the way.


2019 HW Tech Trendsetter: Brent Chandler

Founder and CEO, FormFree

Brent Chandler, FormFree founder and CEO

As the visionary that first brought electronic asset verification to mortgage lending, Brent Chandler is one of few who can say he has truly transformed the way lenders do business.

While he started by founding FormFree in his basement, Chandler now leads five-time HW Tech 100 honoree FormFree into its 11th year of operations. Chandler created Passport, the all-in-one verification app that helps financial institutions determine borrower’s Ability to Pay. Within seconds, Passport collects, analyzes and certifies the identity, assets, income and employment data lenders need for safer and smarter lending decisions. FormFree accepted more than 1.5 million AccountChek Asset Report orders from lenders and verified more than $1 trillion in borrower assets since its launch. Chandler’s reputation for pushing industry innovation has made him an ongoing contributor to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s innovation panels.

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