HousingWire’s Tech100 nominations continue to grow more competitive each year, and this year was no exception. From innovative startups to technology giants – this year’s winners continue to push the edge of innovation to move markets forward. An appraisal in hours, not days? Professional photos at your fingertips? The future is here, and it’s because these companies continue to push the limits of possible. Here are the companies with the most impactful technology in the housing industry, the 2019 HousingWire Tech100 winners.

Here are HousingWire's 2019 Tech100 winners, click on each company to learn more about it:

Arch MI
ARMCO Aces Risk
Asurity Technologies
ATTOM Data Solutions
Auction.com
Baseline Reverse
BeSmartee
Black Knight
Blend
BuildFax
Built Technologies
Bungalo
Calyx Software
Clear Capital
Capsilon
CertifID
Clarifire
Class Valuation
Closing Corp
Cloudvirga
Cogent QC Systems
Cognizant Technology
Compass Analytics
ComplianceEase
Contactually
CoreLogic
Covered
Covius
DocMagic
Docutech
dv01
Ellie Mae
eOriginal
Ephesoft
EXOS Technologies
Factom
FICS
Finicity
First American
FirstClose
Fiserv
Floify
FormFree
FundingShield
Global DMS
Hippo Insurance
Homebot
Homesnap
HouseCanary
IDS
Land Gorilla
LBA Ware
LenderClose
LenderPrice
LendingHome
LendingPad
LendingQB
LendWize
LoanCare
LoanLogics
Matic
MAXEX
Maxwell
MonitorBase
Moody’s Analytics
Mortech
Mortgage Cadence
MortgageHippo
Move
Mr. Cooper
Nexsys Technologies
Notarize
NotaryCam
OJO Labs
Optimal Blue
PeerStreet
Plaid
ProxyPics
Qualia
Radian
Remine
ReverseVision
RiskSpan
Roofstock
Roostify
SimpleNexus
Simplifile
Snapdocs
SoftWorks AI
Spruce
StreamLoan
Tavant Technologies
The Money Source
Total Expert
United Wholesale Mortgage
Valligent Technologies
Veros Real Estate Solutions
WEST
Whiteboard Mortgage CRM
Wipro Gallagher Solutions

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