HW Tech100, growth through focus

Mortgage & Real Estate

Each year, HousingWire publishes HW Tech100, a list that recognizes the 100 most innovative and impactful technology companies in the housing industry. This list includes companies at all stages and often has solutions for mortgage origination, loan servicing, secondary markets, real estate agents, valuations, multifamily and real estate investing…to name a few. 

The goal of the Tech100 program is to provide our readers with a definitive list of the most innovative and impactful companies and solutions, so our readers can be more informed when selecting solutions and partners. As the solutions landscape grows and our readers demand more focused coverage that is relevant to them, we’ve made the decision to split the Tech 100 into HW Tech100 Mortgage and HW Tech100 Real Estate. 

HW Tech100 Mortgage will recognize the 100 most innovative and impactful solutions for mortgage professionals with a focus on loan origination, servicing and secondary markets. 

HW Tech100 Real Estate will recognize the 100 most innovative and impactful partners for real estate professionals with a focus on solutions for real estate agents, real estate investment tools and platforms, and multifamily / CRE solutions. 

We’re all about collaboration and connecting the housing economy at HousingWire, but we also want to ensure that our readers can get to the most important information in a fast and efficient manner. Originators and agents, you can thank us later! 

Now that we have two programs, we’re also expanding our Selection Panel to include some of the mortgage and real estate industries’ most influential technology users, partners and purchasers (more to come on this later in November). As the mortgage, real estate, and fintech industries continue to evolve, so must we at HousingWire. I’m sure the 2020 HW Tech100 will prove to be our best yet.

Nominations for both programs are officially open through December 20th, but early bird pricing ends November 30th.
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