Mortech Collaborates with Roostify to Facilitate Mortgage Experience

Banking CIO Outlook | Friday, April 05, 2019

Mortech, a Zillow Group business, based out of Lincoln NE, announces a partnership between Mortech’s product and pricing engine and Roostify to improve the digital mortgage experience for various lenders. Roostify is a digital lending partner that facilitates home buying experience to the customers and offers the latest technological tools to the loan officers to process loan applications efficiently.

Various industry-leading lenders, which include tier-1 banks and large independent mortgage banks rely on the digital platform of Roostify for a streamlined loan process. Roostify offers an accelerated home loan process, making it easier for loan applicants to apply for a loan and communicate with the loan officers through any web-enabled device. Mortech’s platform offers custom pricing configurations for eligible products. The partnership between these two mortgage technology solutions is expected to add increased mortgage rate quote accuracy to borrowers along with improved pricing structures for lenders. The integration will also help to improve customer experience, resulting in higher engagement with faster loan closing timeframes.

Founded in 1987, Mortech is a mortgage technology solution provider that is owned and operated by Zillow group. The company’s flagship product, Marksman, provides mortgage product and pricing engine and lead management cloud-based software. The mortgage solution offers one of the best execution pricing, rate notifications, rich CRM tools, custom rate sheets, loan product eligibility & guideline services to mortgage bankers and lenders. Many mortgage professionals use Mortech’s multiple functions and tools like one-stop pricing solution, rate notification, prospect management solutions, custom rate sheets, loan product eligibility, and guideline services.

Roostify is a web and mobile service platform that leads the mortgage industry in delivering accelerated and transparent home buying experiences. The company’s interface offers a step-by-step guide in the home and loan closing process, and it also allows agents, loan officers, and home buyers to share and track critical information seamlessly. 

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