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2019 HW Tech100 winner: Spruce

Provides title and closing services

F1

Spruce is a technology-driven real estate services company that provides title and closing services to enable real estate and mortgage transactions across the U.S.

The company uses a proprietary software platform that leverages intelligent automation and gives the company the ability to adapt to changes quickly. The F1company can deliver the entire title and closing process – from Loan Estimate-ready quotes to scheduling and funding – via a modern REST API.  Spruce has also automated the escrow process to the point where funding is at the touch of a button, meaning borrowers, real estate agents and other parties get their money quicker and more securely.

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