Digital mortgage platform CEO calls company’s offerings ‘recession-proof’

Independent mortgage brokers make up the majority of LenderHomePage’s customer base, although the company also sells to independent middle-market lenders. This translates to over 2,600 mortgage companies that LenderHomePage does business with.

The company’s point-of-sale platform and mobile app, as well as separate authentication for social media, have only emerged in recent years.

The mobile app, rolled out in 2014, served as a marketing tool for loan officers to real estate agents and borrowers. LenderHomePage’s POS platform was released in 2019 – with a focus on using good design to maximize user experience.

“We needed [give] a unique and ubiquitous experience for their borrowers whether they entered via their social media on the website, mobile app or point of sale,” said Foroutan. “We have created a single sign-on platform [and] connected all our services [and] touchpoints a consumer will have, into a single experienced back-end for the customer. »

The behind-the-scenes technology that helped accomplish this includes the PHP and LAMP stack – programming typically used in areas such as e-commerce and building online communities. JavaScript is also another important tool that helps to make the mobile device and the overall system simple and easy.

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