New Digital Home Lender Beeline Launches In Six States, DC

New Digital Home Lender Beeline Launches In Six States, DC

May 21, 2020
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A new digital home loan lender, Beeline, has been launched using both artificial intelligence and personal loan guides as it enters its initial markets of Washington, D.C.; Florida; Maryland; Massachusetts; Rhode Island; Texas; and Virginia.
 
A new digital home loan lender, Beeline, has been launched, modernizing the homebuying process directly from users’ phones and providing approvals in as little as 15 minutesBeeline links directly to a user’s personal bank, employment and pay information, and tax history, using machine learning to create a purchase-ready or refi-ready approval, retrieving numbers directly from the third-party source as opposed to estimated information from the user. The lender claims it can provide approvals in as little as 15 minutes.
 
Applications can be completed without talking to a single person or, if desired, can be facilitated by a Beeline loan guide who can be reached via direct message, email, phone, or however the homebuyer prefers to communicate.
 
Beeline has a staff of 30, led by Nick Liuzza, CEO and co-founder; Peter Gonzalez, chief financial officer and co-founder; and Jess Kennedy, general counsel/chief commerical officer and co-founder; and tech entrepreneurs Greg Ellis, vice president of brand/product and co-founder; and Jay Stockwell, vice president of marketing and co-founder.

 
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