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Flagstar Bank Announces New Tech Program

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Flagstar Bank and Detroit FinTech Bay today announced the first startups to participate in the Flagstar Mortgage Tech Accelerator Program. The three companies are Brace, which focuses on servicing non-performing loans, boost.ai, which develops A1-based chatbots for the banking sector, and Home Captain, a real estate SAAS technology company that acts as a conversion optimization system. 

The Flagstar Mortgage Tech Accelerator Program has been jointly designed by Flagstar Bank, the fifth largest bank mortgage originator in the country, and The FinTech Consortium the leading global fintech ecosystem builder. Detroit FinTech Bay is FinTech Consortium's dedicated hub in Detroit. 

The program focuses on startups active in developing innovative technology solutions for the mortgage industry. It is the first and only accelerator program in the United States exclusively dedicated to mortgage technology. 

Flagstar and Detroit FinTech Bay solicited applications from companies working on breakthroughs in all facets of the mortgage business, including mortgage origination, processing, marketing, servicing, compliance, sales, underwriting, credit, and quality assessment. Three organizations were selected based on company progress and growth. This first round of cohorts will be followed in the program by successive startups meeting the criteria.  

“The response we’ve received since announcing the Flagstar Mortgage Tech Accelerator has been amazing,” said Rocky Stubbs, head of Digital Lending for Flagstar Bank. “We knew there was a need for a program like this, but even we didn’t anticipate the sheer number of fintech firms that would want to apply. It’s incredibly exciting to see these emerging technologies and business models—not just for the program, but as a window into the future of the industry.” 

“We’re thrilled to be working alongside Flagstar and these three exciting, high-quality fintech startups,” said Maissan Almaskati, chief executive officer of the FinTech Consortium in the United States. “We’ve curated an acceleration roadmap for each of them, and look forward to facilitating and supporting their growth during this important phase. Their participation in the Flagstar Mortgage Tech Accelerator is an opportunity to uniquely contribute to the inevitable end-to-end digitization of the mortgage process.”

 

About Author: Mike Albanese

Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville.
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