The Mortgage Collaborative Partners With LendingQB

May 19, 2017
The Mortgage Collaborative and LendingQB have announced a partnership to provide network members with access to LendingQB’s suite of services
The Mortgage Collaborative and LendingQB have announced a partnership to provide network members with access to LendingQB’s suite of services. The Mortgage Collaborative selected LendingQB as the exclusive Loan Origination Software (LOS) partner of network due to the technology and operational expertise the company can provide its members. Network members who decide to work with LendingQB will find a 100 percent Web browser-based system that manages the entire mortgage lending process intuitively and efficiently.
 
“Lenders require technology that can efficiently support their unique business objectives,” said Rich Swerbinsky, EVP, national sales and strategic alliances for The Mortgage Collaborative. “Partnering with LendingQB allows The Collaborative to offer our members a proven and innovative LOS platform that provides the technological backbone for a nimble and efficient mortgage process.”
 
LendingQB provides mortgage lenders with a holistic model for optimizing business performance with powerful best practices that enable rapid user adoption and software effectiveness. LendingQB’s open API enables integrations with more than 200 partner integrations, providing lenders with a flexible solution that can best serve its organizational needs.
 
“The Mortgage Collaborative’s network brings together lenders and select vendors for the purpose of sharing resources, industry knowledge and expertise,” said Tim Nguyen, president of LendingQB. “We decided to partner with The Mortgage Collaborative because of the values and leadership the organization brings to the industry. Our partnership with The Mortgage Collaborative underscores the commitment we have to delivering meaningful and practical solutions that improve the mortgage lending experience for lenders and their customers. We look forward to building a deep and meaningful relationship with The Mortgage Collaborative and their members.”

 
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