Adam Constantine on MLK Jr.’s impact on housing equality

During the interview, Constantine explains why the industry needs to focus on evoking intentional change rather than launching lackluster initiatives.

Navigating capacity concerns amidst record-high volumes

High loan volumes continues to loom large in the new year, making the “one-stop-shop” approach to the servicing and lending process even more appealing.

How servicers continue to protect neighborhoods amid COVID

We spoke with MCS CEO Caroline Reaves about self-service technology, the shift to virtual and how servicers can prepare for post-COVID success by improving processes today.

How student loan debt impact homeownership

Student loan expert Catalina Kaiyoorawongs shares her practical and tangible advice for people who feel overwhelmed by their student loan debt.

Awards

2020 Tech100 Real Estate winner: Ownerly

Informing consumers for faster transactions

Ownerly empowers current and prospective homeowners with home valuations and insights to make the best home finance decisions. With agent networks, investors and lending partners, its platform gives users the tools to also execute these important transactions. Ownerly gives users access to multiple professional AVMs, similar to getting a service like Credit Karma that shows consumers all three credit bureaus scores, and insights that previously have only been available to the professionals. This means an informed and prepared consumer, resulting in faster transactions.

  • Grown to more than 50,000 users
  • More than 35% have chosen to work with Ownerly partners in selling or buying property
  • 40% to 45% of new users actively looking to buy, sell or borrow

https://www.ownerly.com/

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