Floify Enables Progressive Web Apps for Loan Originators

We’ve recently rolled out a new feature that continues our commitment to creating a smooth and powerful mobile borrowing experience for your clients, as well as offering loan originators another opportunity to further develop their brand. If you are a Floify Business customer, this new update allows any of your borrowers or agents who use their phone or tablet to … Read More

Announcing the Floify Audit Log, Mobile App Improvements, and Webhook Integrations

We’ve been growing by leaps and bounds lately. It’s all thanks to the valuable feedback we have received from mortgage professionals like you. Over the last few months, we have rolled out dozens of exciting updates, apps, and integrations to make Floify even better. Now, we’re excited to share these enhancements with you which will help you further streamline and … Read More

The Digital Mortgage of Today and Tomorrow

Today, borrowers live in a connected world where a pizza ordered from Dominos is tracked in every stage from ordering to delivery, and they’ve come to expect the same from their business interactions. This culture shift has created an expectation amongst consumers that the mortgage industry needs to embrace an end-to-end digital mortgage. What is a digital mortgage? In its … Read More

Floify Launches Mortgage Automation Mobile App for Apple and Android Devices

Floify, the leading provider of mortgage automation software, announces the release of its mobile mortgage app, which allows loan officers, real estate agents and borrowers to manage the loan process from any mobile device. Floify, the leading provider of mortgage automation software, announces the release of its mobile mortgage app, which allows loan officers, real estate agents and borrowers to … Read More

Floify releases mobile mortgage app as borrowers seek more channels to engage

Loan officers now have flexible options for working with mortgage borrowers who are on the go The upward trend in consumer’s mobile usage is not subsiding anytime soon. As of a 2015 Pew Research Center study, 68% of adults in the US owned a smartphone (up from just 35% in 2011). Furthermore, the usage of mobile to conduct business transactions is … Read More