Choosing a mortgage broker and a real estate agent is one of those major life-defining events, like deciding on the right college or finding a soul mate.
Inzopa’s deep data technology™ strives to simplify the process of financing a home. The technology connects home buyers with brokers, lenders and agents who match their needs, and provides tools for keeping track of the whole process and communicating.
“Everything in our lives these days has a social aspect, whether we are using Yelp to locate the best restaurants, LinkedIn to network with like-minded professionals, or Facebook to keep in touch with friends,” says CEO Charanjeet Singh. “Now Inzopa is allowing you to connect with a perfectly matched mortgage and real estate team based upon your specific needs.”
Inzopa analyzes data on mortgage brokers and real estate agents to build comprehensive profiles.
Home buyers enter information about their employment status, whether they are a first time home buyers, where they are located, etc., and Inzopa’s engine will make a match between the two sides.
The goal is to be a housing professional matchmaker. Inzopa takes the legwork out of finding an agent or broker while also generating sales leads for these professionals.
“People want to connect on a personal level — they want to work with local professionals. Our product allows them to personalize their home buying experience, ensuring that they find the right fit instead of walking into a big name bank hoping to find what’s right for them.” says Singh.
Inzopa has a presence in 34 states in the U.S. and has over 5,000 real estate professionals on its platform. The service is free for consumers while mortgage brokers and real estate agents are charged a monthly subscription fee.
Once you find a mortgage broker, you can move financial documents and share data back and forth on Inzopa’s platform. Lenders can keep track of all the loan materials in one place and monitor all of their clients’ loan applications.
“97% of consumers search for local services online. The number of mortgage related searches on Google reached 57.4 million in Y2014-15 compared to 53.2 million searches in Y2013-14.” Singh says. “We want to be the one-stop online destination in the world for financial professionals to be discovered by consumers based on their validated and relevant track record.”
Inzopa is based in Mountain View, CA. It is already generating hundreds of millions of dollars in loan demand through its platform.
Learn more at Inzopa.com