Since joining the Credit Karma Home team in 2018 through the acquisition of his mortgage POS company, Approved, Credit Karma Home has seen continuous triple digit growth as Andy Taylor leads the transformation of Credit Karma’s mortgage business into a full-scale home-buying platform. In fact, the home team just recently had its highest earning month in revenue ever. The value of the digital innovations Taylor has instilled in the Credit Karma Home platform has become especially important during COVID-19 as Credit Karma experiences record engagement with nearly 40 million members visiting the app each month. Taylor is passionate about providing an optimal customer experience for Credit Karma’s more than 90 million U.S. members. Because Credit Karma works with its members months and even years before their big purchase, the company is able to make real-time time offers based on deep member data and insights. The member lender match system Taylor and team have developed creates a more seamless and positive experience for partners and lenders, even in a pandemic. Taylor and his team will be heads-down in the fourth quater, building an infrastructure to simplify the partner onboarding process and providing Credit Karma Home partners with the tools and insights they need to make thoughtful decisions about their inventory.
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