Finicity has announced the release of its new AssetReady Report that will rapidly identify a borrower’s assets using consumer-permissioned data during a lender’s pre-qualification process.
Lenders have the option to receive balances and other data without having to ask for or include consumer SSN or date of birth. Fast, high-value data with less friction on lower probability applicants can provide lenders with better insights on how to strategically move borrowers forward in the application process without asking for detailed verification reports. Once leads have been qualified, borrowers can seamlessly permission their data for Finicity’s other digital verification solutions like assets, income and employment required for the origination process. This single-source solution model for verification optimizes lender workflows to maximize ROI.
“Now, lenders can receive more data earlier in the application process than ever before,” said Steve Smith, Finicity CEO. “This report will provide the opportunity for even more customization and better experiences for borrowers from their first interaction to close.”
The pre-qualification report includes current account balances and average balances over the previous two and six months, as well as the number of negative balances in the past six months and the most recent negative balance. The report also provides account owner and other account details.
“Getting a verified snapshot of borrower assets during the pre-qualification stage is key to speeding up our business processes,” Bill Cosgrove, president and chief executive officer of Union Home Mortgage, said. “Once a borrower has engaged with our digital pre-qualification solution the stage is set for a seamless transition into Finicity’s full suite of asset, income and employment verification tools. A single-source solution provider is a great fit for our business model.”
Finicity recently announced a partnership with American Financial Resources Inc. (AFR) to provide its business partners and their borrowers with a faster, simpler and more secure way to verify assets and income while originating loans.
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