Kiavi Recognized as a Top Innovative Technology Company by HousingWire
For the seventh consecutive year, Kiavi is recognized for its unique technology platform that provides real estate investors with reliable, timely capital to scale their businesses
SAN FRANCISCO — Feb. 7, 2024 — Kiavi, a leading provider of capital to residential real estate investors, was selected as a HousingWire Tech100 Real Estate winner for the seventh consecutive year. Kiavi is the only business purpose lender to U.S. real estate investors to be named a 2024 award winner, which recognizes the most innovative technology companies in the housing industry.
“I am thrilled to see Kiavi once again recognized by HousingWire as a leader in applying innovative technology to provide real estate investors with transparent, reliable, and timely capital to scale their businesses,” said Arvind Mohan, CEO, Kiavi. “This award demonstrates just how powerful and critical Kiavi’s technology platform is to our borrowers. The instant confidence it provides to execute a deal is a game-changer for real estate investors, and we’re committed to continuing to enhance our platform to enable our customers to grow,” he concluded.
With a record $4 billion in funded fix-and-flip loans last year, Kiavi has become a top lender to real estate investors through its unique application of technology, data and AI. Using over 7.8 billion data points* from its nearly 70,000 transactions over the past decade to power its machine-learning models, Kiavi is able to provide more borrowers with more expedient access to scalable, competitively priced capital than traditional players in the industry. Kiavi’s digital-first technology platform also enables borrowers to close much faster than traditional financing options by automating processes and eliminating extraneous elements of the lending process.
Now in its 12th year, the Tech100 program provides housing professionals with a comprehensive list of the most innovative and impactful organizations in the industry. The list can be leveraged to identify partners and solutions to the challenges that mortgage lenders and real estate professionals face every day.
“The technology capabilities and solutions that this year’s Tech100 winning organizations have developed are an absolute testament to the relentless innovation within the real estate and mortgage technology landscape,” said HW Media Editor in Chief, Sarah Wheeler. “These past few years have been transformative for the industry and these honorees are continuing to bring long-awaited solutions to the challenges that mortgage and real estate professionals have struggled with for decades. Congratulations to all the deserving winners for their outstanding contributions to our ever-evolving industry.”
Kiavi is one of the top lenders to real estate investors who are looking to buy, renovate, and sell or rent a home. The company's technology platform, data-driven approach, and leading capital execution allow Kiavi to provide real estate investors with a transparent online experience, competitive pricing, and reliable capital to scale their businesses.
*Across structured, unstructured, and temporal data classifications from Kiavi’s loans
With more than $17.7 billion in funded loans, Kiavi is one of the nation's largest private lenders to residential real estate investors (“REIs”). Kiavi harnesses the power of data & technology to offer REIs a simpler, more reliable, and faster way to access the capital they need to scale their businesses. Formerly known as LendingHome, Kiavi is committed to helping its customers revitalize the approximately $25 trillion of aged U.S. housing stock to provide move-in ready homes and rental housing for millions of Americans across the country. For more information, visit www.kiavi.com.
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