What will mortgage rates be like in 2023? Will my house decrease in value? As the market continues to shift and we enter a new year, you'll undoubtedly be asked some of these questions (and more) over dinner with family and friends. To help you shine during those conversations, we put together some key talking points.
Today, I’m thrilled to announce the exciting news that we’ve raised an additional $52.5 million in funding. Led by FinVC with participation from Wells Fargo Strategic Capital and existing investors Trinity Capital, TTV Capital, Prudence, and Rotor Capital, this capital will help us continue to hone and expand our suite of solutions designed to empower local lenders throughout the mortgage origination process.
I feel thrilled and honored to share Maxwell's recent placement on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list as the 15th fastest-growing software company in the country. Our ranking on 2021's list is a product of our hard work over the past several years.
From the start, we’ve held an unwavering commitment to company culture and values at Maxwell. Our values have helped us achieve a workforce that was hard to imagine a year ago. Now it’s time for us to introduce another important element of our culture: the Maxwell Operating Principles.
In the midst of innovation in the mortgage industry, where venture capitalists and entrepreneurs bet on the demise of the human, unlocking the potential of your business doesn't mean avoiding technology. Rather, embrace technology as a means to take your people to the next level.
Today, I'm thrilled to announce that we've completed our Series B: a $16.3 million funding round. This is a meaningful funding round for the ways we’ll be able to accelerate more value to our customers and the borrowers they serve.
A month ago we announced our partnership with Equifax® to provide Maxwell customers and their borrowers a faster, more seamless experience, beginning with an automated employment and income verification through The... Read more »
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