Valon Mortgage Stock

www.valon.com/Real Estate / Real estate softwareFounded: 2019

Valon Mortgage is a residential mortgage services business that uses technology to match homeowners with mortgage options for their goals. Valon also offers home, auto, and specialty coverage. Valon Mortgage was founded in 2019 by Andrew Wang, Jonathan Hsu, and Eric Chiang and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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Team

Management Team

Andrew Wang
Co-Founder, President, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Linda Du
Chief Operating Officer
Jonathan Hsu
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Lonnie Benavides
Chief Trust and Safety Officer

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News Highlights

Mortgage servicing fintech Valon beefs up compliance tracking
Digital mortgage-servicing platform Valon will use ACES' quality management and control software to handle compliance efforts. The New York-based servicer and lender is scaling its operations — and projects growth of 150% this year — and that requires "stronger controls," the company said in a statement this week.
Mortgage Servicing Start-Up Valon Selects ACES Quality Management & Control to Drive QC Operations
ACES Quality Management® (ACES), the leading provider of enterprise quality management and control software for the financial services industry, announced that mortgage lending and servicing start-up Valon has selected ACES’ flagship audit platform ACES Quality Management & Control® Software to support the company’s mortgage servicing quality control (QC) audits, completing implementation within 28 business days.
Word of mouth fuels Valon's impressive growth
Valon, a fintech known for its residential mortgage servicing platform, is building a growing customer base by relying in part on an old-fashioned option: word of mouth. “The [mortgage] servicing industry is very much a word-of-mouth industry,” said Valon co-founder and CEO Andrew Wang (pictured). “There are obviously large trade conferences, but for the most part, people go off and [build their business based on] recommendations of other peers, independent companies that have interfaced with you.”
Updated on: May 23, 2024

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