Mortgage Firm Launches App for Builders, Real Estate Agents


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Cherry Creek Mortgage announced on Tuesday that it has launched a mobile app to speed up the mortgage process for builders and real estate agents. The Cherry Creek Connections app gives agents and builder partners real-time access to loan pipeline and status information, loan and affordability calculators.

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Users can communicate from the loan application with push notifications, text messages, email and voice, and can request and reissue pre-approvals.

Darren Shaffer, senior vice president and chief technology officer at Cherry Creek Mortgage, noted that the Connections app “enables instant digital collaboration with our loan officers throughout a mortgage transaction.”

“Connections creates an experience specifically tailored to the work styles of highly mobile real estate agents and builder partners,” Shaffer said in a statement. “Our goal is to equip our referral partners with detailed transparency into every loan transaction and to manage their overall pipeline of business with us on the device of their choice, regardless of location or time of day.”

The app is available for iOS and Android devices and can be downloaded via the Apple Store or Google Play.

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