The Rocket Mortgage team performed extensive research, asking real estate agents what they require to enhance their clients' home buying experience.
FREMONT, CA: Rocket Companies has introduced "Rocket Pro Insight," a new technology platform giving real estate agents real-time updates on the status of their clients' mortgages. Through both a mobile app and website, real estate professionals would have transparency into the loan experience. They are now capable of seeing where each loan is in the process, the terms of their clients' loans if additional documentation is required, and when it will close.
"Our team is constantly leveraging the power of technology to streamline and simplify the mortgage process. Rocket Pro Insight is the latest innovation in a long line of FinTech tools we have created to improve the experience and give added confidence to our clients and their partners," stated Jay Farner, CEO of Rocket Companies. "There is no doubt real estate agents are crucial in the home purchase process. They are the homebuyer's ally and partner from beginning to end. For that reason, we created Rocket Pro Insight – to arm these professionals with the tools they need to get more clients to the closing table with ease."
The Rocket Mortgage team performed extensive research, asking real estate agents what they require to enhance their clients' home buying experience. The number one answer was 'insight.' Rocket Pro Insight enables agents to easily and quickly check the mortgage status to make sure it is moving smoothly through the process and would be ready for closing on time.
In addition to information regarding the mortgage process, Rocket Pro Insight enables agents to adjust their client's approval letter within the client's approved range – an important tool when negotiating offers.
"I think Rocket Pro Insight will be great. I look forward to using it," stated Holly Dodge, a Realtor from the Keyes Company – Florida's largest independent real estate brokerage. "It's going to have everything that I, or any other agent, needs to know. Best yet, it will be right on an app that I can pull up to see where we're at in the process. That's going to save a lot of time."