The fintech firm Roostify has completed a $25 million Series B round of financing that involved investments from several banks.
San Francisco-based digital lending platform provider Roostify has closed a $25 million Series B financing round joined by Santander InnoVentures, Cota Capital and Point72 Ventures.
In another indication that the digital mortgage revolution is moving full steam ahead, one of the leading digital mortgage platform providers has secured a substantial new round of funding to power its growth.
Consumer-focused mortgage digitization platform Roostify integrated with online loan marketplace LendingTree today. The integration leverages LendingTree’s aggregation technology to help consumers find the right loan, while Roostify keeps the mortgage origination process online.
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ServiceLink, a valuation, title, closing and flood services provider, has integrated its systems with Roostify's automated lending technology.
A new partnership between ServiceLink, a provider of mortgage transaction services, and Roostify, an automated lending technology provider and HousingWire 2017 Tech 100 winner, further automates the origination process, now bringing settlement services into the digital mix.
Everyone, including the financial services industry itself, anticipated that business-to-consumer "fintech" disruptors would singularly redefine how consumers obtain a mortgage, similar to what Silicon Valley did for ride hailing and personal tax filing. Well, we're still waiting.
How many fintechs can boast of having more external developers working on its platform than in-house talent? That’s the happy situation Roostify finds itself in.
Roostify, a provider of automated lending technology, has passed a significant technical and business milestone, with the number of external developers working on the platform through the API now outnumbering the company’s in-house engineers.
If you can manage numerous accounts online without ever having to sit down for a face-to-face conversation with another human, why is the process of getting a mortgage so different?