PriceMyLoan announces Mobile Quick Pricer for smart phonesMortgagePress.comPriceMyLoan, smart phones, Mobile Quick Pricer, Gigi Campbell, Binh Dang
PriceMyLoan has announced the release of Mobile Quick Pricer, an
extension of their automated underwriting and loan pricing engine
designed to work on Internet-enabled smart phones. "Loan officers
are always on the go," said Gigi Campbell, director of national
sales at PriceMyLoan. "The Mobile Quick Pricer gives them the
ability to qualify borrowers and check current pricing wherever
they are, right in the palm of their hands."
Building on the success of PriceMyLoan's recently released Quick
Pricer, the Mobile Quick Pricer allows originators to enter loan
scenarios and obtain loan qualification and current pricing
directly from their smartphone. The Mobile Quick Pricer operates
entirely within a smartphone's web browser and can be used on
virtually any smartphone with Internet access. It does not require
any program or application to be installed on the device. "We've
been building web-based systems since 1999, so it was a natural fit
for us to provide the Mobile Quick Pricer as a browser-based tool,"
said Binh Dang, president of PriceMyLoan.
The popularity and widespread use of smartphones is creating new
ways for mortgage professionals to provide services to their
clients. "The proliferation of smartphones such as the iPhone,
Blackberries and other devices, in conjunction with faster Internet
connection speeds, presented an ideal opportunity for us to pursue
a mobile strategy," said Dang. "The introduction of the Mobile
Quick Pricer is an evolution of the PriceMyLoan product."
Providing originators with a portable product and pricing tool
makes perfect sense given the current mortgage environment. Low
mortgage rates have sparked a refinance boom and consumer interest
in mortgages is incredibly high. "A loan officer could be out at
lunch, standing in line at the grocery store, or watching their
kid's soccer game," said Campbell. "The Mobile Quick Pricer helps
loan officers generate more loan volume by letting them take
advantage of those random opportunities."
For more information, visit www.pricemyloan.com.