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FormFree’s Brent Chandler Named Among MPA's Hot 100 (Mortgage Professional America)

FormFree® company founder and CEO Brent Chandler has been recognized by Mortgage Professional America (MPA) magazine in its annual Hot 100 list of mortgage professionals whose contributions are shaping America’s home finance future. Chandler was recognized as the creator of AccountChek® — the mortgage industry’s first automated asset verification tool — and for advancing innovative approaches to income and employment verification using asset data and augmented intelligence (AI).
2018 marks the sixth year that MPA has recognized mortgage industry trailblazers in its Hot 100 list, which is published each February. Hot 100 honorees are peer-nominated and recognized as leaders within the mortgage community.
In the past twelve months, Chandler has also received awards from other prominent industry publications, including MBA Insights’ 2017 Tech All-Star Award and HousingWire magazine’s 2017 HW Vanguard Award. FormFree was named to HousingWire’s HW TECH100™ for the fourth consecutive year in 2017.
Chandler is a widely recognized innovator in mortgage and financial services technologies whose guidance has been instrumental to FormFree’s staggering growth over the last few years. Since Fannie Mae designated FormFree as an official vendor for asset verification as part of the Day 1 Certainty™ initiative in 2016, FormFree has signed over 800 new lender customers and verified more than 1.25 million Asset Reports.
“FormFree’s success would not be possible without our outstanding team of professionals dedicated to providing the most secure, accurate and complete asset verification service in home finance,” said Chandler. “I couldn’t be prouder of FormFree’s achievements. To be recognized among the esteemed list of professionals named in the Hot 100 is truly an honor.”
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