Mortgage search engine paves clear path to home buying
Searching for support
Finding the right home buying partners is now easier than ever, thanks to a brand new mortgage-specific search engine. Dubbed Vendor Surf, the tool lets buyers find companies in 75 different categories to help with their home purchase and mortgage process.
A start-to-finish solution
Home buyers need lots of support on their journey. From title companies and loan officers to home warranty providers and appraisers, the average buyer works with 10 or more vendors from start to finish.
Vendor Surf, a newly launched mortgage search engine, makes finding and hiring these vendors easier than ever. Users can find providers in 75 categories, filtering by location, product, service and even loan type. They can also track their search history and save preferred vendors to their dashboard for easy access.
According to Craig Leabig, co-founder of Vendor Surf, the tool can help both home buyers and vendors alike.
“We view Vendor Surf as a game changer not only for those searching for the perfect vendor, but also for the vendors who are listed on the site,” Leabig said. “It’s a strategic advantage for them to be listed on Vendor Surf as it is a means to differentiate their businesses while reaching a broad, new universe of potential customers.”
Vendor categories include: construction loans, home warranty, appraisals, flood services, insurance, property tax services, inspections, notary services and many more. There are also vendors specific to buyers in the secondary and investment markets.
Searches on Vendor Surf are free. The tool can also connect users with white papers, webinars and other resources that can help in their mortgage process.
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