Items Tagged with 'digital mortgage process'

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  • Inside the digital mortgage revolution: HSBC and Roostify on partnering to shape the future

    Execs on how partnership came together and what it means for the future
    Recently, HSBC Bank USA, the U.S. arm of HSBC Group, became the latest to launch a digital mortgage platform, partnering with Roostify. So, how did such a relationship come together? And what does it mean for the future of mortgages? To find answers to these questions, HousingWire sat down recently with executives from both HSBC and Roostify to discuss their partnership, how it came to be, and what the future holds.
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  • HSBC launches digital mortgage platform with help from Roostify

    HSBC also plans U.S. expansion
    One of the world’s largest banks is about to join the digital mortgage revolution, as HSBC Bank USA, the U.S. arm of HSBC Group, announced that it is partnering with Roostify to launch a digital mortgage platform. The move to go digital is part of an expansion plan for HSBC in the U.S.
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  • Movement Mortgage, Better.com CEOs: The "one-click" mortgage is not the endgame for the housing business

    Top mortgage execs on why the human element won't disappear
    For the last several years, much of the narrative surrounding the housing business has been focused on the digitization of the mortgage and home buying process. Seemingly every day, there's another lender unveiling a digital mortgage process. And every few weeks, it seems as if there's another iBuyer joining the market, offering homeowners the opportunity to sell their home with the click of a button. But two of the top CEOs in the mortgage business said Friday that the "one-click" mortgage is not the endgame that so many people seem to think it is.
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  • U.S. Bank unveils digital mortgage experience

    Mortgage, home equity, and HELOC enhancements powered by Blend
    U.S. Bank is now the latest in a growing list of mortgage lenders that are digitizing their lending process. This week, the bank unveiled a sweeping new digital mortgage experience that borrowers can use for traditional mortgages, home equity loans, and home equity lines of credit.
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  • Pulte Mortgage going digital with help from Finicity

    Homebuilder’s mortgage arm will use Fincity’s income verification platform
    Pulte Mortgage, the mortgage lending arm of homebuilder PulteGroup, is partnering with 2019 HW Tech100 winner Finicity to further digitize its lending process. Pulte Mortgage and Finicity announced this week that the homebuilder will begin using Finicity’s digital income verification platform, which will allow the lender to reduce its processing time for mortgages.
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  • Are seniors ready for the digital reverse mortgage?

    New startup MortgageRewind says yes
    Historically, reverse mortgages require a long, consultative sale that often calls for numerous meetings, lots of paperwork and a good bit of hand-holding. One Colorado-based startup is aiming to change this with the launch of its 100% digital HECM application, offering seniors the ability to obtain a reverse mortgage from start to finish online.
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  • Credit Karma enters the mortgage business by buying Approved

    Personal finance company has more than 80 million members
    Credit Karma, the personal finance company that provides its 80 million members with products and services to manage their finances and connects those members to financial services providers, is officially getting into the mortgage business by acquiring Approved, a digital mortgage platform.
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  • Spruce raises $15.6M to disrupt title industry

    Additional investor involvement brings total Series A funding up to $19.1 million
    Self-proclaimed as the first digital native title company, Spruce is out to disrupt the paper-based title and escrow process as part of the real estate industry’s quickening march toward the digital mortgage. And now, the company has some new capital to aid its pursuit.
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