We’re excited to announce that Agile’s been listed as one of the 2022 Tech 100 Mortgage Honorees by HousingWire. The list is comprised of the most innovative technology companies in the housing market. It provides housing professionals a look into the “most impactful organizations that can be leveraged to identify partners and solutions to the challenges that mortgage lenders and real estate professionals face everyday,” states Lesley Collins, Program Manager, HW Media.
Agile’s key technology overturns manual processes to unlock the potential of an electronic marketplace. The platform digitizes the historically phone-based communication process, which is time consuming and raises the risk of human error, to support both TBA trading and MBS pooling. Because Agile is browser-based, lenders can request trades from any device, anywhere. This allows for effective performance feedback while the streamlined processing capability eliminates costly trade errors. Agile is the only platform featuring regional broker-dealers, which means for the first time lenders can finally exchange quotes with non-primary dealers on an electronic platform.
“As the only program in the industry that highlights tech innovation, Tech100 is truly a special honor for these organizations that span across every aspect of the housing economy,” HW Media Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler said. “These companies are continuing to raise the bar in supporting a more efficient, accessible and sustainable housing economy and each year continues to be more competitive than the last.”
“The Agile team is proud to be represented on this list as we’ve been working hard on building the platform and pushing for industry leading technologies” states Andrew Rhodes, Director of Trading at Agile. We’re creating a better MBS market by bringing the mortgage capital markets into a new digital era. “This list spotlights the innovators that are making the housing sector better and more sustainable by increasing efficiency, improving user and borrower experiences and bringing elasticity and improvements to age-old processes,” said Clayton Collins, CEO of HW Media.