You could review millions of mortgage loan applications to identify the best lender for you...or you could just use the following scores:
D Score. Measures lender decisiveness as expressed through the relationship between actionable applications (i.e., approvals and denials) and non-actioned applications (i.e., withdrawals and incompletes).
A Score. Indicates a lender’s relative rate of affirmative outcomes through the relationship between approved and denied applications.
E Score. Measures a lender’s level of engagement by comparing a lender’s percentage of non-white, non-male, applications to corresponding percentage of denied applications.
C Score. Compares the denial rates for twenty gender, race, and ethnicity groups relative to the denial rate for white, male, non-Latino applicants.
B Score. Presents the ratio of an applicants’ reported income, where included, to applicants’ requested loan amount to provide an overall indication of ability-to-repay.
We make it easy for you to identify the best lender for you by comparing — or benchmarking — a lender to their peers.
Based on the sum of their individual scores, lenders that outperform their peers recieve a gold ranking,
those that underperform their peers recieve a bronze ranking,
and those fall in between receive a silver ranking.
No ranking indicates that the lender did not have a score.