Understanding Today’s Connected Borrower

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RealTrending: eXp’s Glenn Sanford reveals what’s next for company

CEO of eXp World holdings addresses his critics about his agent referral program, where he is taking the company next and growth limiters for the brokerage.

Navigating Closing Struggles in 2021’s Purchase Market

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Should lenders look to non-QM when the refi boom slows?

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Awards

2020 HW Tech100 Mortgage winner: Nexsys Technologies

Streamlines the process of verifying homeowners insurance

Nexsys Clear HOI streamlines the process of verifying homeowners insurance by providing the mortgage origination industry’s first-ever direct integrations with the nation’s leading homeowners insurance companies. Through a simplified set of APIs, mortgage lenders can pull in all evidence of insurance fields directly into their LOS without any manual work. Nexsys saw an opportunity to develop a solution that would disrupt these industries by building out integrations into the top homeowners insurance companies to pull in client data from any participating lender at the click of a button.

  • With two top insurers on board, one lender has enjoyed a nearly 10% reduction in calls to insurance companies.
  • Nexsys expects to have nearly 20% of insurance companies (by market share) on the platform in March
  • Insurance companies have embraced Clear HOI as an innovative way to allow their agents to focus on revenue-driving and client-facing activities

https://www.nexsystech.com/

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