Finance Factors’ Mobile App gives customers a modern way to mortgage

Sponsored by Finance Factors

Customer experience is a high priority at Finance Factors, and when it comes to buying a home, the bank wants to make the process as easy as possible. With the free Finance Factors Mortgage app, customers’ have the technology they need in the palm of their hand to streamline the complex mortgage process and achieve their goal of owning a home.

The Finance Factors Mortgage app launched in September 2018, making it easy for customers to apply for a loan anytime at their own convenience in a way that’s comfortable for them. The free app makes the home purchase and refinance process efficient and easy by allowing buyers, lenders, real estate agents, and other third party professionals to collaborated a seamless and secure platform, making the home buying process efficient and fast.

The app provides real-time updates, so you always know where you’re at in the process. The app’s “Journey Map” allows clients to see the steps and milestones being checked off in the application approval, and ultimately funding process, as it’s happening in the system.

Below are a few capabilities for borrowers:
1. Bring transparency to each home purchase or refinance. The app lets everyone know exactly what’s required and where they stand. Use push notifications to nudge users along to get key things done!

2. It allows borrowers to automate the process of collecting all of their financial documents 100 perfect digitally on mobile. The StreamLoan Financial Passport allows borrowers to get organized before they submit an offer or have an intention of refinancing.

About Finance Factors:
The Finance Factors Family of Companies is committed to supporting the community by providing financial support to many charitable and community-based organizations. Through the Finance Factors Foundation, it directs support to four key areas that are aligned with community needs and business objectives: education, health and human services, community and civic affairs, and culture and the arts.

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