The mortgage industry has evolved significantly over the years, with technology playing a pivotal role in transforming how mortgages are originated, processed, and serviced. In 2024, mortgage professionals are presented with a myriad of opportunities to maximize production and efficiency through innovative mortgage technology. One of the companies that we should be looking to is Lender Home Page, they aim to improve the online lending experience for both mortgage professionals and their customers. Listen to their CEO, Rocky Foroutan and their CRO, Kwe Paker as they share how companies will benefit by availing their service.
Mortgage Tech to Maximize Production in 2024 with Rocky Foroutan and Kwe Parker of Lender Home Page
Listeners, I’m excited to have Rocky Foroutan, who is the founder and visionary behind Lender Homepage.com. He founded the company from his small home office in 2003 by building turnkey websites for mortgage brokers and loan officers. The company has since grown to over 2400 clients with an innovative multi-channel digital platform that helps customers enhance the borrower experience while gaining efficiency and saving costs. All about saving cost Listeners, so pay attention. Prior to Lender Homepage, rocky spent 19 years as a software developer, so he knows a little about the software industry technology. He also has a sales and marketing management background in a fortune 5000. Company, Rocky, so good to have you on the podcast. Thank you for joining us.
Thank you, David, the privilege and honor is all mine. You are a legend in this industry. So just to be in the same Zoom Room as you I’m already overpaid.
I’m honored even more I share the same thing. Because to have someone with your background, also as a sponsor of our podcast, or welcome as a new sponsor, as well as a guest on the podcast. Tell us a little bit about yourself. And then I know we have another guest with your company here. I can’t wait to get into that. So tell us first about yourself, your background, and how all of this got started. Yeah, absolutely.
Thank you. Once again, thank you for allowing us to be here. I’m a first-generation immigrant from Iran from the Middle East. I came over here right when the regime changed over there. And I’m an engineer by discipline, as you alluded to, I’m a software developer, I’m not a very good one at that. That’s why I changed. What I mean by that is I’m not very meticulous and detail oriented. But I know how it works. And as you said, I paid my due diligence in Fortune 500, working up my way in corporate America. And I sold to the very highest levels of technology like Microsoft, Intel, Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems, back in the day, Oracle. So I call on all of these guys from a sales perspective. I also did field apps engineering, and in 2002, my last job was as a director of sales, licensing Voice over IP, and which is back then it was novelty telephony was a novelty back then I got laid off from that job. And I’ve always wanted to be an entrepreneur all along, I wanted to have a business of my own and create a culture of excellence and a culture of teamwork. And I saw the writing on the wall, I told my wife, honey, I’m not going to go for another job. I’m just going to start my own thing. And she supported me, her being a lawyer helped. She was paying the bills, and I got a mini contract. And then a couple of things like a backup software, this that the other I fell into mortgage, because my brother in law took me to the office of a wholesale guy. And he said, This guy is out of a job. And he is going to need a project you wanted the wholesale website, you can do it for you. I did the wholesale website in spades. And as I was doing it all the leads that were coming, I was testing the leads. The leads were all brokers wanted to sign up to this wholesale guy. And I said, Wow, I wonder if these guys have websites and looked at them and none of them had websites. And back then there was two companies Meyers Internet, and lion Inc, those were the two gorillas in the space. I looked at their product offering I said I could do that in my sleep. And that’s exactly what I did a lot easier said than done, of course, why I face my challenges, I would cold call during the day and build the software at night, we went forward until the subprime meltdown, which was a disaster, I lost 60% of our customers at that time. And then we continued to keep adding on to the platform. We started out with turnkey websites, we added on a mobile app, we added on a point of sale. I wish I could say that it was all strategic from the get go. But you know how US entrepreneurs are I know how mortgage guys are and we’re fast on our feet. We think alike. We want to win. And that’s what I rubbed elbows with the right people and I got their psyche a little bit. And fast forward to this last year. One of our most insightful clients was a guy by the name of clay Parker way was a guy that every time I wanted to add a feature to the product, I would call quit and say hey, I’m thinking about this thing. What do you think? And he would just say now, he would literally say just now or he says, Oh, let me think about that. And depending on which way it went, if it was uh, let me think about that. And I say I haven’t winter. But if he said now out of the gate, I knew it was a hard No. So I think that’s a great segue. My story is basically I built on what we had I got the right people to join me. I was blessed more than anything else and lucky that these people just appeared in my life. I had nothing to do with that they just happened to appear in my life. And I just took him, I didn’t question why I’m the chosen one. I just took him and added to the team clay is a prime example of that. So I’d like to pass it on to gray so quick and tell us why and how he is now our chief revenue officer.
Thanks, Rocky. I’m Kwe Parker, voice from customer CRO Lender Homepage. My background is in lending started lending in the 90s. My whole career has been spent in real estate finance, from home and purpose seconds all the way through broker space, to being director of lending for a Fed chartered National Bank. And I saw the lender homepage, products as an answer to so many problems. As a client, the products were scalable, and I had a tech background as well inside of the lender space. And we saw the capacity of the tools, and how they could actually add to so many bottom lines to pour out so excited, I actually decided to join the team as well. So there are so many ways that I am seeing that we’re impacting, especially in this market. So I am absolutely glad not only to be on the show today, but as a listener of your podcast. It’s an absolute pleasure to be on here. So thank you again,
Rocky’s the part of your story as an entrepreneur really got me excited, because every entrepreneur has ability to recognize a need and you recognize loss or after loans or didn’t have a website, you saw it was out there you go, piece of cake, I can do this. So this gives us a little insights about lender homepage. But tell us more. Tell us more about where you’ve evolved to where you’re at today.
I love that line of questioning David. And it’s very insightful because entrepreneurs have somewhat of an audacity of we were not taking risks. If we didn’t have the audacity that we do, we wouldn’t even take on that challenge. So little I know of what was I was up against, but what is in my DNA and is what is now in our team’s DNA. And it’s been something that’s I take pride in terms of our culture, is that we are a can do attitude, we have a little bit of prediction into us as seeing where the market is going, what the needs are, and being able to connect the dots and then violently execute with on that is what I really do exactly the story of lender homepage. Again, as I would love to say it was all my strategic thinking, I would say it was 10% my thinking and 90% luck and being in the right place at the right time. And knowing that we’re lucky. So capitalizing on what is happening to us and be able to exploit that.
I’m sorry, I’m gonna stop right there. Because I think there’s such a good point right there, because so many people stumble into things, but they don’t recognize the opportunity when they’re standing in the midst of it. Somehow you captured that. And I think that’s an element of entrepreneurialism, that, I think we need to recapture a bit. I think we’re in a market right now. So many opportunities, but people don’t recognize those opportunities. Because they’re wrapped around the axle over current market conditions, you could have been frustrated, Im at a job of starting this and trying to get something going. You chose not to get wrapped around the axle about the stress of what you’re doing. But you started seeking opportunities. I want to underscore that because I think that is just such an important point rocking.
I love that, David, I think we could dedicate the whole podcast to this very thing. And my my wife’s saying it’s how you frame it. And only recently when she talked about the way that she was talking about the framing, which is she saying if there’s an atomic bomb, and everything is devastated and completely eliminated, but there’s a little sprout, growing at green sprout. And if you zoom in on that, and let that be your guiding light, and changes everything. I’ve been through two of them. I’ve been through two meltdowns, I’ve been through the 07, 08 meltdown. And we survived that because of that very same mindset shift. We said, hey, if there’s a challenge, they always come in pairs, there’s always an opportunity. So we took the opportunity, we literally went into a loan modification lead generation site, right? We had the same basic tools. Instead of doing move forward mortgages, we said it’s a loan mod market, let’s do that. A lot of the mortgage guys actually transitioned to loan modification, then they all got a debt settlement. But we stopped that. We said, hey, that’s going outside of our stuff. But I don’t want to I don’t want to say too much away from all we’re gonna talk about. I do want to talk about our platform. So what has happened over the years is we somewhat unconsciously have been able to put together a series of tools that are holistic in nature, which means if you get our first tool and then add to it the second tool, the one plus one will become three. Then if you add the third tool, the one plus one will become seven, and then when you get the fourth one will get even more. And that all has to do with agent and consumer engagement. So we realize that as a mortgage professional, you’re going to need two streams of customer or generation of deals for you one or the individual borrowers, they find you online, or they’re in the market, or you nurture them when they’re not ready, but ultimately land them, they are the fish. And then there is the realtor or agent partnerships, where they’re the people who provide you continuously with that stream of recommended referrals. And we realized that as a mortgage guy you really can’t do with without one, you really need to both of them. And whether you’re in a purchase only market or a purchase and revise, the purchase is our recession proof thread. And the purchase market never goes away. Even when the rates are low, there is more activity and buying the more activity and selling. Yeah, the phones are ringing. And the easier deals are the revised. But if you don’t automate, and if you don’t keep taking care of your realtor relationships, we all know that this is a cyclical business. So when the cycles and the waves change, you’re gonna say, Oh, I wish I had some automation in place. I wish I had some tools that I kept my retention of my realtors, what we’re built as a holistic solution on the front end of any mortgage company starting and centered around a website. But now we have a mobile app which connects you with your realtors, we have a point of sale, which eliminates all friction during the application intake. And then now we have social media, which is where everyone is looking at in terms of getting the word out our differentiator in the social media has one that we want to wait until we actually roll it out before we roll it out. So I don’t want to talk too much about that. But we I’m a real game changer on the social media side as well. So that’s our story. It’s funny, Kwe said yesterday we are what ice mortgage is to the front end of your mortgage operations. But you know how ice mortgage has a great ecosystem built out. We are that but to the front end. And I said that’s a great analogy equate with the caveat. But sometimes they all use ice. But not everybody loves ice. So we got to make sure that when we’re making that comparison, we love ice, we actually happen to be in the ice cap ourselves, as I might allude to further in the conversation. But ice is a great company. And they’ve done a masterful job making it easy for lenders to have an all in one and the back end. That’s so true.
One of the things about Lender homepage that I think we downplay is we have so much data in having 20 over 2400 plus clients, we’ve learned the way consumers perform and how they behave online, where frequently the whole idea of a website was a graphic designer project. And it’s more of a sign, right, because we’re not displaying just information in pretty pictures as mortgage lenders, we’re looking to convert traffic into loans. So what we’ve really learned. Yeah, that’s the goal studied how to get people from visiting a site, visiting these platforms into the loan pipeline, making it easy to take in loans, whether it’s through a more engaging POS, that strips out a lot of the features that people don’t use, only focusing on those things that are really core to capturing the lead data, making the experience intuitive for the client to really want to submit the application, removing the friction. So overall, that’s what I’ve noticed that Lender Homepage is amazing at is capturing that borrower experience that borrower journey, and being able to reproduce that for client after client so that everyone doesn’t have to invest in hard work, or research and development to figure out what works. And that’s the key thing that having the formula for what works online.
Yeah. Which is really an interesting perspective. You’ve been a lender and assuming every lender has a website online applications at this point, which many of them do, what added value does your tech bring to lenders Kwe?
First of all, the average conversion rates we’re seeing are about 21% higher on LSP platforms than the banking standards Credit Union standards lending standards across the nation as far as traffic to completed applications. And that’s because most of the platforms out there, focus on compliance and focus on making the backend easier. But who worries about your client? Who’s focusing on making it easier for your client? Where research has shown that the fewer friction points you put in front of your client, the more likely they are to finish the transaction. So what we’re really making it easy on the front end we make it a lot easier to go from A to Z for the consumer. The second side is we have a packed that converts higher because we started seeing where the ball is often dropped in the online experience wherever you’re reaching, and we have to reach our consumers where they are feeling engaged. It doesn’t just start with a person wanting to put an application. Most mortgage sites and pls sites are simply online portals just to capture data, but we neglect the fact that what about finding the clients? What about using these tools to build relationships with the real estate partners that service you and support your business? How about using this to drive referrals? Overall, the experience is our best marketing in the mortgage industry. Back when I started originating, we said, the way you treat your client determines how you’re going to get your next client. And that still stands online, these same principles really. And that’s what we really dialed that in to reproduce that ideal load experience in a digital environment.
I love it Rocky, anything you want to add to that?
Yeah, quite quickly hit it right on the spot, he was primarily referring to our point of sale system, which is the application intake and the conversions around that, which are I think, if not up there, on the very top is among the top conversion rates and application pull through. So in terms of an application pull through, we’re up there with the best of them. But what I wanted to point out is the new website builder, because you alluded to say, Hey, it’s 2023 or not 2024, almost everybody’s got a website, what do you bring to the table. So we built our website from the ground up, even though it was our cash cow, we took the big initiative to rebuild it in 23 to make it enterprise grade. What that means in real meaning to enterprise customers that if you have 250 loan officers, we now have the ability to leverage AI and get every one of your 250 loan officers push a couple of buttons optimize their profile page around their locality and the products that they specialize and regular worlds SEO 250 pages in minutes rather than months and do it through AI and make all of that roll up under your enterprise website traffic. Not to mention every one of the loan officers can create their own landing pages, their own lead funnels, connect with their own Realtors create social media posts for themselves and their realtor partners. So we basically took a very antiquated concept of a website, which in 2002, was a thing we took that we said, hey, website is the vehicle through which we will elevate your realtor or your agent and your consumer engagements. And we believe we’re an engagement company, we believe the more engagement, the more connections, the more conversions and the more closing of loans. Yes, a big component of our engagement is the actual intake when the loan starts. But there’s a lot of stuff that happens before the loan starts. And a lot of enterprise because of the word website, which has so many bad connotations. Oh, website, everyone’s gotta watch. I got a website. That’s what you almost said. They say everyone’s got a website. Yeah. But that’s just the delivery mechanism, or delivering through it is this new stuff, which is what we found through years of experience, and what works and what doesn’t work. And I’m sorry to for belaboring this point, but what we offer as the platform and through Kwe’s firsthand, proven methodology, we actually provide masterclasses so actually, we have something called LHP University. So not only do we provide the platform to the enterprise, we say we not only help you recruit the top LOs, with this kind of tech stack, we provide them with the right framework or playbook. So they don’t have to think to see what’s working on this is a proven thing. So we’ve got a lot to be excited about going into 24. And we said we got to get Dave’s help to get the message out, you know what I mean? It’s just been amazing this week.
It is a real joy to be able to help bring messages like this. And one of the initiatives that’s going on across the industry right now Rocky is many are trying to reduce costs, they need to become a leaner organization. How is lender homepage addressing this initiative in the market?
Some of it is I’ll give you my idea. And as a leadership team, we’re as tight as we can be. So you probably are gonna get the same answer from Kwe but in different angle, but I’ll give you mine. Some of it is straight math, we’re eliminating platforms that don’t need to exist. So what that means is that instead of using a review platform to get reviews for loan officers a point of sale platform for them to have a point of sale to have a website instead of having three platforms and a mobile app is just straight maths. If you use one platform for all of that, you’re getting the cost of eliminating that extra platform and an extra $100 a month per low on those things that all combined into one, and some of it is straight math. And additionally, what is very innovative in our space is our tech stack on the point of sale, the way that we have implemented that has to do with connecting to consumer connect at ICE mortgage. So what we do is we don’t make you pay for something that you’re already paying for. As an example, we don’t get you to pay for e-signing. Because you get that with your consumer connect already as part of your encompass seat, we do what we do on the front end, which is elevate the borrower and the realtor experience. And we do everything that’s needed, including documentation and all of that. But then we’ve priced it so that you don’t need to do that. So in short, we have combined and optimized multiple platform functionality into one connected platform, which makes it cohesive as well as making it cost effective. And secondly, our innovative implementation of point of sale for encompass always leaves our demo watchers with their jaws down, here they go. I didn’t know that that’s possible, because we’re really using the consumer connect pages within our portal. So it’s an interesting way of doing it, I gave you my spiel, but I know that you always have insightful, powerful insights, even beyond the basics. So I would love to hear your thoughts on this for our audience.
As a former client, I can say it’s two ways as if you were running an origination shop or bank. Number one thing you’re trying to raise the bar, whether it’s through cutting costs, you’re trying to raise your bottom line by cutting costs, or by adding more revenue. And in a market where there are not as many loads being originated, optimizing every opportunity is key. So one of the ways we’re raising the bar and helping people make more money in the overall market is most lenders are focusing on direct traffic, negating the local opportunities. For example, David, if you look on your phone right now, for pizza, you’re not getting Domino’s who might spend millions on advertising gonna get a pizza shop down the street. So how would we achieve getting better results for lenders is by showing one each individual lender how to leverage their team of loan officers to optimize at a local SEO level, which is huge. Think about how many originators and average shop and if we were optimizing just to pick up the local traffic in that market at a higher rate that adds and now if you look at the conversion rates, increasing a 21%, when using the overall platform, you’re seeing a jump overall and the number of applications and the amount of traffic. So in addition to making the tech stack, less expensive, per loan officer, we’re also looking to optimize the website, the lead generation tools. So we’re spending less in lead spin, we’re getting more opportunities, and we’re converting more, so we’re making more, losing fewer and it costs less overall. So that’s a conservative, overall priorities.
That’s excellent. So Kwe, as a former customer, you have a unique perspective on who can be using Lender Homepage’s solutions and services. Could you talk to that? What’s the right fit?
Who are the right people are really the platform and not to be cliche and say for everyone, but I have not seen a company that specializes in the online experience, whether website, or marketing or line that has more experienced lender homepage to the point where I came to lender homepage, having a tech background as well, because I wanted the experience of all their data in knowing how the traffic is converted that the key is to the platform, our platform LHP scales, from single loan officers, up to we have companies with hundreds of LOs in their operation, because when you’re operating a bigger organization, it gives you the oversight over all of your pages and all of your loan officers activity, giving them some freedom, but not the ability to take you out of compliance, you still have the oversight. And it’s also one that’s easily managed. It doesn’t need a web developer or webmaster to manage the contents of your onboarding LOs. You can get them up and running in minutes versus putting in requests and tickets, and waiting for graphics and all those things to be done. It puts you in the driver’s seat without all the technical or as I say the geeky stuff you don’t have to worry about you can get people up and running in a functional lending environment with the tools that we need and use synced and linked to the platforms we use. Whether it’s your LOs or the CRMs that are popular industry. We all are integrated together to make a seamless which makes it a big difference. So scales it grows with a shop. So whether you’re 200 loan officers or two it scales as needed, and that’s the most important thing, who wants to abandon the tech stack, because they grow, you don’t have to have we can be able to grow
As the company grows, or contracts in this market, we’re watching a lot of extraction happen. And so to be able to go both ways in a market bidirectionally is really important. Rocky was the typical process for deploying your products for an existing operation?
Yeah, so one of the things we understood early on dealing with the users or individual LOs that wanted our product is we needed to be frictionless and needed to be expeditious, and most important, it needed to be simple and easy to do, especially from a client’s from a compliance standpoint, they need it to be a sandbox, where you look at it and have your compliance officer make sure that nothing is out of compliance, everything is the way that you want it and when you’re ready, you pull the trigger. So we’ve had some deployments of websites in the same day. So you purchased the website from us, and you went live, because our baseline product includes content that’s compliant. And we’ve also had deployments that have taken a month or so because marketing people have been involved in customizing the pages and adding our pre configured, stackables into it. But I would say that for a enterprise mid-market account, something in the neighborhood from two weeks to six weeks on our website is well within the range given that they’re going at their pace, and there’s no obstacles along the way. And most of that is spent in getting sign offs from people that these are looking good and all that on the point of sale side, the beauty of having integrated with consumer connect, is that you’re taking one super proven product loans of five, which gets 1000s of loans per day through it on our side, and another proven platform Consumer Connect which has 1000s, maybe 10s of 1000s of loans through it on a daily basis, and literally connecting them through a SAML integration, which means we’re not using API which makes things go sideways, oh, that endpoint didn’t work, or I got an error 404 Error, we are literally I framing for the text or listening to this podcast, we’re literally I framing the consumer connect pages in our portal. So we’re putting a wrapper around it, adding our value to the right side of the loan and making consumer connect add value to the left side. So it’s what we call a perfect marriage. So we have had implementations as little as a month to go from nothing on the point of sale to be completely up and running on all of your LOs on loans or fine running encompass, I would say I mentioned the save in less than a month. But if you have a lot of workflows, if you have a lot of things going on that you need to implement on our side, the deeper the implementation you need, the longer it’s going to take. What I can tell you is that the biggest advantage that our integration innovation will bring to encompass is that there is one source of truth. Meaning we don’t e-sign in our portal, like our competitors, and then copy that PDF over to encompass. It is literally that e-sign happening in consumer connect. So for banks and credit unions and lenders, that compliance is important. All of that audit trail exists in one source of truth, which is encompass. All we’re doing is we’re wrapping the user experience around that, which makes a ton of difference. And that’s something that is huge. The second big benefit is that if they can peacefully coexist, if someone doesn’t want to use loans to fight, you can still use Consumer Connect, which means you’re not tied to any platform, where inherently if you like us, you stay. Whereas with our competitors, if you switch to them, if you want to downgrade back again, to consumer connect free version, it’s a whole thing because it’s all or nothing. So it’s great. Again, I wish I could claim that it was my strategy to build it, we just were late to the party on point of sale. And when we got there and compass had already developed consumer connect SAML integration, and we looked at it we said, our vision says we’re going to stay on the right side of the loan. So we’re gonna take that route instead of going on the left side and redo or reinvent the wheel and reinvent the sign and reinvent all that. So we were very proud of how things have turned out. So a month on the point of sale, if that and two to six weeks on the website on the high side, but as short as one day on the website, you can go live immediately. And we have ways to import your realtor connections. So if you’re with another platform, you want all those apps and stuff, we have a way to import them and build them out on this side. We can import your loan officer profiles, we’ve made a lot of tools that will make the transition from one to another, the last one being reviews. So when you’re on a different review site If you get a CSV of all your review sites, we imported it into our platform, you just eliminated $100, a loan officer on your review site. So it’s just we’re seeing a lot of areas for upside for us in that 2024 calendar year.
As early as a day, you could have a website up and running. And then the more customization they want to put in, it goes out a little bit longer than that. But that’s still good. When you say it’s an enterprise. And it’s can be from scale from 2 to 200, or even greater. When you say it’s enterprise expand a little bit on that, if you want mine. I know I’m throwing this question in there, by the way, eventually.
should I answer that Rocky?
Yeah, go ahead. And I’ll put some color after.
That is a great question. Website wise, as we operate, the way we’re structured the way mortgage companies are structured. So for example, you may have a parent company, but a lot of companies have branches. A lot of companies have independent loan officers, they might have teams, different offices, all of which may want a different field, or the same field as their corporate website, what we give the ability to do is to just have almost a parent child relationship between the websites. So you can have the corporate website at the top, that then gets cloned or scaled for a branch across the country that’s onboarding. And that can be done instantly, then the loan officers can have pages, all linked to their individual lead capture their only funnels, where everything is directed directly to each loan officer at a loan officer level, a branch level, or a company level. So whether you have 500,000 loan officers, or a team of 15, or 20, you can set up your structure, even if you have a shop that has a lot of neck branches or r if they have a lot of retail offices, we can configure those business models with their own online presence with their own lead paths inside of our structure. So we’re more of a ecosystem. To call it a website, we’re really downplaying it is really a online engagement ecosystem that allows you to take your client from finding the client, to putting them inside your LOs and everything in between.
Right, I just wanted to add a couple of technical details to the guys that are more intrigued by the technical part of it. And that is, what we have been able to do very successfully is we have created an abstraction layer between the presentation layer, which is a website, or a mobile app, or a social media post, or an intake and our crown jewel, which is the connection of the three stakeholders, loan officers, consumers and realtors. By doing that foundational work correctly, it oozes out scalability. So now we’re not going to be “Oh, what are we going to do with it? How are we going to move those five trends,?” this is completely separated and decoupled from the presentation layer. So what happens is not an enterprise you say remove six seeds, remove all services except the mobile app on those six, all you got to do is do because they’re just connected into a one connected platform. Actually I love the word ecosystem in our leadership summit. We’re talking about words and how we have to be succinct on it. So we’re looking at that. So that really tells you that we have inherently built it. And that occurred to me that one actually did as a strategic view, when we added the third product, which was the point of sale, I said, guys, this is not going to scale. We need to get individual login to these toolkits, and bring them all under one thing, which is an SSO and that we’ve had to do. And we went through the growing pains of doing that, but that clear that the path was scale. So yeah, it’s very scalable platform.
Rocky, how can people learn more about the company and we’d need both of your contact information so people can reach out to you?
Yeah, so I’m on [email protected]. That’s rocky as in the movies, R O C K Y @ Lender Homepage. I’ve seen it spelled with an IE in the end and I have an alias that catches that too. But Rocky is fine. And my cell phone number. I would love getting calls. I don’t answer my landline anymore. It’s 714-924-2512. Again, 714. I’m in Orange County 714-924-2512. That’s my cell. I would love to just do a fireside chat or talk about how people are doing right now. If you want to talk about where I see the business going, where I see tech going, I’m all about it. We also have a website LenderHomepage.com is our marketing side to our stakeholders, and it’s not a consumer facing side but it’s for mortgage professionals. Why do you want to give your contact info?
Yeah, my name is Kwe Parker, K W E Parker. Reach me in LinkedIn or any social media Kwe Parker, but mainly my email is [email protected]. And I would recommend also checking us out online, on social media on Facebook, also on LinkedIn, please follow us as Lender Homepage on these social media platforms.
Gentlemen thank you so much for joining me today. Lots of good information here for our listeners. And I’m sure there’ll be people I need to talk to you to learn more about Lender homepage and your solutions. Thanks so much for being here. Gentlemen.
Thank you so much, David. I didn’t think that I could get excited about talking about our stuff. But every time I talk about it, I get more excited and especially with someone like you and if I see the nods on the screen, it just gives me more courage. Thank you so much.
You bet. Thanks for tuning in.
Thank you David for having us. It’s an absolute pleasure being here.
It’s a joy and pleasure to have you all on as well. Listeners, check out the website, Lenderhomepage.com A lot of great information, look at the websites looking for a solution. Give them a call.Thank you.
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Rocky Foroutan is the Founder and Visionary behind LenderHomePage.com. He founded the company from his small home office in 2003 by building turnkey websites for mortgage brokers and loan officers. The company has since grown to serve over 2,400 clients with an innovative, multi-channel digital platform that helps customers enhance borrower experience while gaining efficiencies and saving cost. Prior to LenderHomePage, Rocky spent nineteen years as a software developer, sales and marketing management in Fortune 5000 companies.
Kwe Parker has over 18 years of real estate finance experience and has originated and managed over $1 billion dollars in mortgage originations nationwide. As an advocate of LenderHomePage technology, he has joined the LHP team as the “Voice of Customer” embodying the customer-centric culture of the company.