AgentMortgageNewsPolitics & MoneyReal EstateTechnologyTrends

Tech roundup: BoomTown, Lone Wolf, and Gateless

The latest technology news roundup from around the real estate industry.

BoomTown joins Facebook’s top provider initiative

Real estate sales and marketing platform BoomTown will participate in Facebook’s Real Estate Top Producers Initiative. The program is the social media giant’s “effort to help agents, brokers, and property management companies confidently choose a partner and technology to aid in their real estate advertising efforts through Facebook and Instagram,” according to a BoomTown news release. 

BoomTown offers real estate agents social media marketing tools and technology such as the abilities to build advertising campaigns through Instagram and Facebook to highlight active listings, promote open houses and showcase successfully sold properties, create custom ads to promote non-listing content and build dynamic pages to re-engage leads and visitors with targeted listings.

Learn more about BoomTown on the company website

Digital Title orders now available to Lone Wolf agents

Starting March 15, real estate agents working with real estate technology software provider Lone Wolf Technologies can submit title orders online. 

The feature allows agents to select their preferred provider and submit orders directly within a transaction using saved information, reducing the time and effort required to order title insurance. Agents can also communicate directly with their title agent within the transaction, keeping all information in one confidential place. 

Lone Wolf is working with First American Title Company and WFG National Title on this offering, and has partnered with title technology providers SoftPro and RamQuest. 

You can learn more about Lone Wolf Technology here.   

Guaranteed Rate launches AI-powered mortgage tech company

Mortgage lending company Guaranteed Rate recently introduced Gateless, a new technology company offering a suite of tools called AI Mortgage that use next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to enhance performance and reduce manual tasks by automating key components of the loan process, such as document review and filing. AI Mortgage substantially increases data accuracy and productivity while eliminating costly key-in errors.

The program is designed to fit seamlessly into an existing loan operating system, significantly reducing the learning curve and eliminating any switching costs. On average, mortgage companies using AI Mortgage take loans from application to full approval 10 days faster, according to Gateless data.

You can learn more about the company on its website.

Most Popular Articles

Analyst Logan Mohtashami’s 2023 housing market outlook HW+

Today’s RealTrending features HousingWire Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami. Logan digs into the housing market data on pricing, days on market, inventory and demographics to give real estate professionals a real-time look at what’s happening today and how that will play out in the market in 2023.

Nov 28, 2022 By