Doorsteps, an online tool that provides first-time homebuyers a detailed, step-by-step guide to the homebuying process and agents a way to reach them, has launched a new tool that allows lenders to engage users through the platform. "We were finding that buyers were going to a lender to see what they could afford before they went to an agent," said Michele Serro, founder of Doorsteps, which was acquired by Move Inc. in May. Lenders, Serro said, were having trouble incubating leads after the pre-approval process and Doorsteps wanted to provide a tool to remedy that. When the prospective homebuyers got what they needed from the lender, many times they moved on, she said. Now, for $25 per month for each loan officer (with enterprise-level rates available), lenders, like agents, ...
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