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  • Fresh off expanding into mortgages, Reali raises millions to continue growing

    Real estate startup recently acquired online mortgage lender Lenda
    Just a few weeks ago, Reali, a flat-fee real estate startup that operates in California, expanded into mortgage lending when it bought Lenda, an online mortgage lender that launched in 2013 and currently operates in 12 states. And it appears the company has no plans of slowing down, as this week, Reali announced that it raised $9 million to continue expanding.
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  • Real estate startup Reali acquires online lender Lenda, expands into mortgages

    Launches Reali Loans
    Reali, a flat-fee real estate startup that operates in California, is following the path laid out by other tech-focused real estate companies like Zillow, Redfin, and Opendoor and getting into the mortgage business. Reali announced Wednesday that it acquired Lenda, an online mortgage lender that launched in 2013 and currently operates in 12 states.
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  • Online mortgage lender Lenda continues growth, expands to Virginia

    Recently expanded to Illinois, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona
    For the second time this year, online mortgage lender Lenda is expanding. Earlier in the year, the company announced that its service would now be available in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona. And now, Lenda is growing again, adding Virginia as its newest state.
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  • From HW Magazine

    March Kudos: Celebrating milestones, launches and awards in the mortgage industry

    DocMagic, LBA Ware, Lenda and more
    LBA Ware announced its sales incentive platform, CompenSafe, calculated $1 billion in lifetime origination commissions and operational bonuses in 2017.The company also experienced notable growth for the year, marked by a 152% increase in total compensation processed and a 130% increase in the number of lenders using the company’s systems integration solution, LOS Talker.
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  • Online mortgage lender Lenda expands to four new states

    Now available in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona
    Last year, online mortgage lender Lenda announced that it raised $5.25 million in its Series A round of funding, and planned to use the money to expand its business into new states. On Tuesday, Lenda announced that it’s done just that, adding four new states to its base of operations.
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  • Overcoming the skeptics: Lenda CEO on reimagining homeownership with online mortgages

    How Lenda stands out with completely online mortgages
    Jason van den Brand, founder and CEO of Lenda, an online mortgage company, constantly faces criticism on the idea and desire for completely digital mortgages. What makes Lenda stand out is that it eliminates the middleman in the mortgage process. So, to no surprise, loan officers aren’t too happy with this idea. But to van den Brand, this is the future of lending.
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  • Online mortgage lender Lenda raises $5.25 million to fund expansion

    Plans to expand beyond California, Oregon, and Washington
    Lenda, an online mortgage lender based in San Francisco, announced Monday that it closed its Series A round of funding, raising $5.25 million from a group of investors. In a release, the company said that it plans to use the money to fill “key” management positions, invest in improving its software platform, and expand beyond its current states of California, Oregon, and Washington.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Inside Goldman Sachs

    Housing conference looks at what mortgage companies will need to survive in the future
    “Nearly every part of the real estate process has been transformed by technology except for home financing. Getting a mortgage is still manual, frustrating and confusing,” said Nick Stamos, CEO and founder of Sindeo.
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  • Lenda expands into Oregon

    Continues its rapid growth
    While Lenda has caused some stir in the industry due to its unique approach to mortgage lending, it is faring quite well in the market, which includes its latest expansion into Oregon.
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