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This Tech Company Is Trying To Make Mortgages More Accessible

2 monthes ago   |   By Fortune

Getting a mortgage is a notoriously long and complicated process, which, in this day and age, makes it a ripe target for disruption. Indeed, tech firms are already at work. Take technology and lending company Blend , which is partnering with big banks to make the mortgage application process more accessible and consumer-friendly. The San Francisco startup is attempting to reimagine mortgages to increase access and efficiency and decrease sources of pain for customers and banks alike, explained CEO Nima Ghamsari, speaking at Fortune's Brainstorm Reinvent conference in Chicago on Tuesday. He...
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