Digital Mortgage Lender Focused On First-Time Home Buyers Raises $1.4 Million in Seed Round Investment
Cincinnati, OH - November 9, 2020 -- Homebuyer, a software company offering digital mortgages to first-time home buyers, announced today that it has raised Series Seed funding totaling $1.4 million from private investors.
Homebuyer was founded in 2019 by Dan Green, an ex-software engineer and former top-producing mortgage loan officer. Green built Homebuyer to make homeownership less expensive, less stressful, and more inclusive for aspiring U.S. homeowners.
Homebuyer has created the industry’s first contextual mortgage experience for first-time home buyers. Homebuyer’s intelligent algorithms educate first-time home buyers using progressively personalized content, then funds those buyers’ mortgage loans as the originating mortgage lender.
Homebuyer’s advancements in mortgage lending provide first-time home buyers with an end-to-end experience that’s faster, simpler, and less expensive as compared to traditional mortgage lending.
"There are 2.5 million first-time home buyers every year in the United States," said Green. “Homebuyer is the best way for each of them to learn about mortgages, get low direct-to-consumer mortgage rates, and affordably achieve their American Dream of homeownership.”
Prior to founding Homebuyer, Dan Green founded The Mortgage Reports, a mortgage education website. The Mortgage Reports was acquired by Full Beaker.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Homebuyer.ai is the best mortgage lender for first-time home buyers. Homebuyer is a Techstars company. Homebuyer is powered by Novus Home Mortgage, a division of Ixonia Bank, NMLS 423065. For more information, visit https://homebuyer.ai.
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