My Guest on the Show…
The founder and CEO of Lenda comes on the show to share how his company is fixing the broken mortgage system.
If you have gone through the process of getting a loan or going through a re-fi, you know first-hand the process is absolutely ridiculous, takes way too long, and is about as confusing as possible.
The truth is: it’s designed this way. The less you understand, the more you will pay.
Jason comes on the show and explains how he started off inside the mortgage industry and quickly realized how great it was for the banks and lenders, and how horrible it was for us – the consumer.
Over the past five years, Jason has continued to improve and change the way homeowners are going through the most expensive financial decisions of their lives – the mortgage process.
On the show we talk about:
- How Jason started his entrepreneurship journey
- How Lenda speeds up the process of getting a loan
- Getting instant approval versus giving all of your information only to be told you weren’t approved
- What’s next for Lenda over the next year (this is cool)
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Mentioned in this Episode
Who is Jason Van Den Brand? [2:03]
The Entrepreneurial Journey [4:31]
Starting in the Mortgage Industry [8:52]
“It’s Made to Be Complex On Purpose” [15:19]
Bi-weekly Payments [21:56]
Why Was Lenda Created? [30:33]
How Did Jason Get Started (Bootstrapped) [43:08]