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LendingQB Adds New Mortgage Lenders

Handshake-One-BHLendingQB announced the addition of new mortgage lenders to its network of clientele. Homefield Credit Union, Northern Bank & Trust, Trinity Oaks Mortgage, Athas Capital, and Zip Lending joined LendingQB in Q3 of 2016 and will be implementing LendingQB’s SaaS loan origination solution.

Tim Nguyen, President of LendingQB, explained that the company’s extensive mortgage loan originatin technology is appealing to various lenders. “The mortgage industry is starting to accelerate from a technology standpoint,” he said. “Lenders today demand a true web-based LOS platform that can easily integrate third-party components. Our newest clients were looking for a technology partner, not just a software company.”

A key component of LendingQB’s Lean Lending Solution, which assists clients in utilizing their technology through a process called Adoptimization, which is a combination of workflow analysis, best practices, and training. Adoptimization provides lenders with advanced methods to streamline their processes, ensure compliance, and improve their lending practices.

Nguyen said that customers using LendingQB will see significant improvement with their work processes. “We realize that the success of a mortgage lender relies heavily on their LOS technology,” said Nguyen. “By choosing and implementing LendingQB, these lenders are demonstrating what we expect to see from the industry now and in the future: a focus on scalable, adaptable platform technology that comes with a level of support necessary for rapid and full adoption.”

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Mirasha Brown is a graduate of Florida A&M University and is pursuing a masters degree at Syracuse University. Born and raised in Florida, she has contributed to public relations and marketing campaigns for Rent The Runway and Billboard. She is a communications specialist with The Five Star and a contributing writer to DS News and The MReport.
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