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2019 HW Tech100 winner: LenderClose

Used by more than 1,700 lending team


LenderClose is a digital hub for loan officers at credit unions and community banks.

The LenderClose platform is an aggregator of vendor and lending technology solutions, and is currently used by more than 1,700 lending team members across more than 130 credit unions and community banks. LenderClose is a plug-and-play solution that utilized technology to ease the mortgage application, F1underwriting and approval process. By providing connections to mortgage industry vendors, LenderClose enables credit unions and community banks to provide a modern, digital borrower experience that rivals those delivered by the biggest banks and other fintech giants. And just since March 2018, LenderClose closed on its Series A funding round, which allowed the company to grow its workforce by a full 700%.

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