Bob Jennings decisiveness, adaptability and reliability are examples to all he encounters.

As the chief executive officer of ClosingCorp, Jennings has guided the company to consecutive year-over-year financial growth, expanding its services toVanguard logo more than 300 lenders throughout the nation.

Bob JenningsJennings is committed to leading an amazing team that delivers outstanding results. In order to ensure success in the workplace, Jennings implemented creative tools that increase productivity and provide understanding for individual preferences, helping team members effectively serve customers.

Under Jennings’ leadership, ClosingCorp has been awarded many achievements including being named a 2018 HousingWire Tech100 winner and a 2017 Ellie Mae “Lender’s Choice” Award winner. The company was also recognized as one of San Diego Business Journal’s list of 100 Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies this year.

Not only is Jennings regarded as a leader in the mortgage and real estate information industry, but he is sought after by many publications for his expertise in technology, closing cost analytics and mortgage lifecycle. This year, Jennings was a finalist for San Diego Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO.

Prior to joining ClosingCorp, Jennings served as the executive vice president of RealEC Technologies. During his tenure, the company streamlined operations and grew revenues exponentially, moving from a niche player in 2006 to an industry utility leveraged by the top mortgage lenders across the country.

What has been your secret to success?

“I’ve been able to identify, develop and motivate strong leaders by creating a culture that values and rewards innovation, dedication and client focus. I’ve aligned myself with amazing people that are more skilled in areas that require expertise above my own and we believe in our overall vision.”

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