Items Tagged with 'mortgage tech'

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  • LoanSnap raises nearly $5 million to help borrowers get “smart” loans

    Backers include Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, Joe Montana’s Liquid 2 Ventures
    LoanSnap, a tech startup that claims it uses artificial intelligence to help borrowers obtain “smart loans,” announced Tuesday that it raised $4.7 million to expand its offerings. According to LoanSnap, the company’s “smart loans” allow homebuyers to “not only find the best home loan for their unique financial situation, but to also understand and effectively manage overall debt to build a more secure financial future.”
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  • Richey May boosts tech offerings by acquiring Amata Solutions

    Company now part of Richey May Technology Solutions
    Accounting and advisory firm Richey May grew its technology offerings last year when it rolled out new cybersecurity services. And now, the company is set to expand its tech offerings even further, as it announced Thursday that it acquired Amata Solutions, a provider of planning and business intelligence tools for mortgage lenders.
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  • Setting the 2019 budget for your mortgage business?

    The right technology partner is more important than ever
    In the midst of significant economic headwinds, lenders are developing their 2019 budgets, and top concerns include increasing production and decreasing turn-times. The prime driver for the next year has to be efficiency, which makes choosing the right technology partner especially important. Lenders using FirstClose are seeing efficiencies in two areas that will be critical for success in the next year: home equity fulfillment process and vendor management.
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  • Fintech Rundown: Factom, LoanLogics and more

    This week's mortgage tech moves
    Another week and more tech integrations! As the industry shifts ever-closer to a truly digital mortgage experience, we present some of the integrations and program selections companies in the mortgage lending space are making.
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  • [LISTEN] Regtech Report, Episode 1: How do you define regtech?

    Regtech defined with Craig Focardi, senior banking analyst at Celent
    While regtech is a relatively new concept in the mortgage industry, it has already gained a great deal of traction in other parts of banking and financial services. Craig Focardi, a senior banking analyst at Celent, talks with HousingWire about what makes regtech different from mortgage tech and how you shouldn't be afraid to make the leap into adopting new technologies.
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  • Lenders reveal why they upgrade their mortgage tech

    Survey shows lenders not concerned with cost
    Mortgage lenders are increasingly looking to implement more mortgage technology, and now revealed their top drivers when implementing this technology. While some of the top reasons will come as no surprise, others could be less expected. For example, only 15% of lenders said cost was a factor in putting new technology in place.
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  • Mortgage tech company Alight rebrands as Riivos

    Plans expansion into more industries
    Alight, the parent of Alight Mortgage Solutions announced it is rebranding as Riivos. The tech company, which currently holds brands in the mortgage and mining industries, announced the rebranding reflects its success in these two industries, and its intentions to expand into life sciences and the oil and gas industries later this year.
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  • Here are 11 tech companies revolutionizing mortgage lending

    Wrap up of NEXT conference presenters
    Did you miss the NEXT Women’s Mortgage Tech conference in Dallas last week? It’s all right, we've got you covered. They say seeing is believing, and these companies demonstrated they are bringing revolutionary change to an industry that is known for being behind technologically. Here are 11 companies whose tech is changing mortgage lending.
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  • 5 key tech tools to engage your modern homebuyer

    Handy checklist for LOs
    [Expert commentary] One in five Millennials use their smartphones exclusively to shop online for all products, not just homes and home loans. It is time for mortgage companies to recognize and update their marketing and customer experience to reach the modern consumer. Here are some valuable tools and strategies to use.
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