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The Top 3 Movers & Shakers in the Lending, Fintech and Financial Industry for 2022

Here are 3 leaders currently blazing the path and changing the game in the lending and financial industry

After scouring the latest and greatest, we have come up with this year’s biggest up-and-comers in the lending, fintech and financial industry. These companies have achieved amazing milestones, from creating exceptional results, developing groundbreaking strategies, and helping clients get what they need. Here are the top three movers and shakers in the country, the leaders who have developed the companies, and some information about how they are helping clients in 2022 and beyond.

#3 Replace Your University –

The third mover and shaker on this list is an outsider and their focus is not on lending, but in saving their clients a minimum of $100,000 or more on their mortgage. What’s crazier is they help people payoff their home in 5-7 years (on average). You’re probably about to say “This sounds too good to be true”, and you wouldn’t be the only one. They say that is the biggest obstacle they face, but all the executives have personally used the strategy and benefited from it!

​​Replace Your University started in 2014 when Michael Lush used an ingenious strategy to accelerate the payoff of his mortgage in 3.5 years, resulting in eventually sharing the strategy with others by publishing a book called “Replace Your Mortgage”. Since then, Replace Your Mortgage has grown at an exponential pace largely due to the incredible success clients consistently achieve.

This year they are on track to grow by 500% and help clients save more than 15 million in unnecessary interest payments on their home.

#2 Braviant Holdings –

Braviant Holdings operates a digital lending platform that combines powerful technology with machine learning to provide customers with better credit possibilities. The company’s platform is built by providing manageable loans to help people take control of their personal finances regardless of credit score and utilizes proprietary decision models to assess a person’s true ability and willingness to repay, leading to a 33% reduction in the average cost of credit.

Stephanie Klein, the CEO at Braviant Holdings, stated, “Nonbank lenders like Braviant are able to leverage all of our historical data as state-licensed lenders to build proprietary decision models that consistently outperform off-the-shelf data like a traditional FICO or Vantage score.“

They have been on INC’s 5000 list the past 2 years, and we see no reason for them to be slowing.

#1 Rocket Mortgage:

The largest lending company, Rocket Mortgage (previously Quicken Loans), has been on a hot streak over the past decade. It is clearly a dominant lender in highly competitive field.

The Detroit-based platform company consisting of personal finance and consumer technology brands including Rocket Mortgage (along with many other brands under their umbrella). Since 1985, Rocket Companies has been obsessed with helping its clients achieve the American dream of home ownership and financial freedom. Rocket Companies offers an industry-leading client experience powered by our simple, fast and trusted digital solutions.With approximately 26,000 team members across the United States and Canada. Rocket Companies ranked #5 on Fortune’s list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2021 and has placed in the top third of the list for 18 consecutive years.

Taking up 5.7% of the total lending market, this behemoth is unlikely to slow down anytime soon.

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