If you’re in the lending space today, it seems like you can’t go a day without reading an article about the ways technology will improve your life and the lives of your borrowers. It’s clear we can’t ignore the impact technology has had on how we all expect to be treated as customers. That’s apparent in few places more than in the financial world; more time, energy, and money are put into improving the customer experience today than anything else and technology is at the heart of most of these efforts.
Topics: Digital Draw Management
Chase Gilbert, Built’s CEO and Co-Founder, Recognized for Outstanding Leadership in the Housing Finance Industry.
As we reach the 10-year anniversary of the inflection point of the 2008 Financial Crisis, it’s the perfect time to reflect on how the economy has (and hasn’t) recovered since the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression.
Topics: Construction Lending
Chase Gilbert, Built’s CEO and Co-Founder, Named Among 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs at 2018 Builders + Innovators Summit
Technology integrations have been a hot topic in software for quite some time, and for good reason. After all, as the number of systems we've grown to rely on continues to increase, they'll fail to save us time and energy if they're unable to communicate and work together. This was arguably the secret to messaging app Slack’s success -- the platform has had the ability to integrate with almost everything imaginable from the start.
We’ve seen Millennials emerge as a home-buying force in the past year, quickly becoming the largest demographic purchasing homes. This comes after years of worry that debt and economic concerns would keep them from moving out and buying houses.
Built Technologies, a leading Nashville FinTech company focused on bringing construction lending into the digital age, recently appointed Riley Thomas as Senior Vice President (SVP) of Revenue. In this role, Thomas will lead Built’s sales, marketing and customer success teams.
The housing market environment is transitioning to a phase we haven’t seen in years. As home sale prices reach record highs and rates continue to rise, lenders are looking for new ways to create revenue outside of traditional refinancing.
The housing market has hit a little lull. It was inevitable. July marked the 77th consecutive month of median home price growth (that’s more than 6 years), so we’ve known that prices would eventually hit a ceiling.