Irvine, California based mortgage automation startup Cloudvirga has secured $15m in Series B funding led by Incenter. Cloudvirga's flagship mortgage point-of-sale (POS) system, the iMP empowers consumers to take the helm of a completely re-engineered mortgage workflow that automates the entire initial disclosures process and delivers unmatched transaction speed and efficiency to both borrowers and lenders. Central to cloudvirga's success is its ability to maintain strict regulatory compliance, reduce time to close and save lenders money by moving many traditional back-office tasks to the front of the loan process.
"Unprecedented mortgage regulation has exacerbated an already labor-intensive lending process and inconsistent consumer experience, making our solution more viable than ever," said Kyle Kamrooz, co-founder of cloudvirga. "We are thrilled to have the support of such a well-respected group of investors and look forward to continuing to shake up an antiquated industry process." According to a key investor spokesperson, the mortgage industry is at a technological tipping point that is uniquely addressed by cloudvirga's innovation and enterprise solution. A fintech company at its core, cloudvirga launched its iMP in early 2016 and has since partnered with several mega and mid-tier lenders to process more than $15 billion in loans.