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With the rise of online lenders such as Quicken Loans and Loan Depot, it’s no surprise that community banks and lenders are losing ground.
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LaunchPad Lab & Financial Services
Financial Services is an expansive field that services a wide variety of consumer needs. When dealing with financial transactions and data transfers we are a partner you can trust to build safe, reliable applications.
Integrating the ability to collect information and transfers from your client’s bank(s)
Pulling data from sites such and Experian and translating that into usable information.
Protecting your clients information through the entire process.
Digital Lending will Branch the Divide Between Community Banks and Small Business
Making up 99 percent of the American economy, small businesses are impossible to ignore as a key client base for the nation’s community banks. Yet, only six percent of small businesses use a credit union or community bank to obtain their funding. Large commercial banks and other international lending powerhouses have dominated the small business market despite receiving lower customer satisfaction ratings.Read More
How Online Lender Quicken Loans Changed the Game for Mortgage Companies
The fourth quarter of 2017 marked the end of an era for mortgage lending. For the first time, a nonbank lender was top of the mortgage origination market. Digital lender Quicken Loans made more than 25 billion worth of mortgages in the fourth quarter of 2017 alone, surpassing banking giant Wells Fargo.Read More
Artificial Intelligence is "Here to Stay" for Online Banking and Lending
Introducing Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the mortgage industry is by no means a new concept. AI technology has been around since the early 1990s and became widely accepted by 2005. While advancement slowed during the great recession as mortgage companies sought new ways to de-risk, the last two years have seen AI explode in the financial sector.Read More
How Brick and Mortar Banking Can Survive the Shift Online
2017 for the banking industry has been called the final nail in the coffin for the brick and mortar banks, as a record 1700 branches closed. In the past 12 years alone, the United States has lost one third of its total bank branches. With the rise of digital applications, fewer customers are entering the bank for transactions. Banks have also begun to see branches as expendable closing locations in less densely populated areas, as customers can access most major services online.Read More
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