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AIME, Homebot Partner to Empower Homeowners

The Michigan-based nonprofit, Association of Independent Mortgage Experts (AIME), has announced its partnership with the consumer engagement platform Homebot. Through this partnership, AIME will provide its member independent mortgage broker channel with powerful technology for empowering homeowners to maximize their wealth through the life-cycle of homeownership.

“Our mission at AIME is to empower our member community consisting of 40,000 independent mortgage brokers with unparalleled benefits, technology, and tools they need to build and nurture strong relationships with consumers,” said Anthony Casa, Chairman of AIME. “Homebot is one of an exclusive list of solution providers we’ve chosen to deliver on this mission, and we believe it will be a beneficial partnership for both organizations.”

AIME’s broker community will have full access to Homebot in order to keep their clients engaged after closing with monthly branded digests that track a range of strategic financial scenarios. With a track record over 50% monthly engagement, Homebot is an indispensable platform for lenders and agents AIME said in a statement.

“AIME’s reputation in the wholesale lending industry is exceptional and incomparable. Homebot is honored to be selected as a strategic solution partner,” said Ernie Graham, CEO, and Co-Founder of Homebot. “We look forward to helping AIME’s network of independent mortgage brokers build stronger, lifelong relationships with their clients by engaging them with powerful wealth-building intelligence for the most important asset they will ever own—their home.”

AIME said that its members interested in learning more or signing up for the service could do so through the website Homebot.ai/aime. Additionally, AIME members will receive more information about Homebot in the association’s regular communications and updates to members. AIME will also immediately begin educating members at the association’s regional events and the national conference, Fuse.

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