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40 | M R EP O RT Top 25 Companies in Mortgage & Servicing TECH PROVIDER HEADQUARTERS: SAN FRANCISCO, CA; 844.732.5539; REALKEY.COM Christopher Hussain, CEO and Founder Loc Nguyen, Head of Engineering; Alan Tifford, Senior Design Strategist Haden Kirkpatrick, Head of Marketing RealKey 40% Percentage of employees who are women RealKey automates processing and underwriting of mortgage through a web-based mortgage process facilitator that centralizes and simplifies both documentation collection and review to reduce touches with underwriting by getting documents and data directly from the source through APIs and OCR. RealKey stores all data and documents securely and centrally for all parties to access. Lenders benefit from improved efficiency and reduced costs internally, as well as improved customer satisfaction and likelihood of repeat and referral business from their clients. RealKey is a first mover, filling the gaps of products currently in the marketplace. STAFFING STATS Year Established: 2015 Employees: 10 GIVING BACK Habitat for Humanity Project Open Hand UCDavis Entrepreneurial Academy Mentor Program EMPLOYEE SHOUT-OUT "It is great to be surrounded by so many great minds and thought leaders. Working at RealKey has been an entrepreneurial adventure, learning and growing through osmosis. The team is united with a single vision and a 'we' approach to bringing about our vision to make the mortgage industry more enjoyable, efficient, and effortless." —Haden Kirkpatrick, Head of Marketing, RealKey BENEFITS AND PERKS RealKey offers team members unlimited vacation time and a work-from-home remote culture. On an employee's first day, they go through an exercise meant to help them establish themselves as a thought leader in their geography by signing up as a panelist or mentor. Team members can also anticipate generous success-based bonuses. One unique perk the company offers: rare beer trading. CEO Christopher Hussain collects rare beers for a side hobby, and has incorporated that into the company's culture, incorporating excursions to breweries during travel for conferences or meetings. Lender Toolkit's team is comprised of technology enthusiasts with extensive mortgage lending backgrounds. With a vast knowledge of the industry, the team is able to assist clients to become more efficient, improve and create new processes, and stay compliant by effectively configuring and customizing the industry's premier lending platform, Encompass®. Lender Toolkit has the skills to manage and direct mortgage technology initiatives of any size, on time and on budget. STAFFING STATS Year Established: 2015 Employees: 17 GIVING BACK Because of remote working, all employees are encouraged to participate in local charity events and can do so with time off, paid up to one full day per year. EMPLOYEE SHOUT-OUT "As an employee of Lender Toolkit, I feel like family and a vital part of its success. Your voice and opinion matters. Decisions are made based on employees' input and not on just want the manager wants. These are critical factors necessary to the success of companies today." —Yvette Moeller-Bunker, Operations Manager BENEFITS AND PERKS Lender Toolkit allows employees to work remotely from home and includes a suite of benefits including health, dental, PTO, 401(k), and bonus plans. The company perks also include trips and employee recognition programs, as well as celebrating team member anniversaries with both gifts and monetary rewards (there are even the occasional "ugly sweater" contests). Lender Toolkit also encourages employees to maintain their certifications, at the company's expense. TECH PROVIDER HEADQUARTERS: BOUNTIFUL, UT; 801.784.6514; LENDERTOOLKIT.COM Brett Brumley, Managing Partner Yvette Moeller-Bunker, Operations Manager Gary Roche-Bernard, Senior Systems Administrator Lender Toolkit 41% Percentage of employees who are women

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