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Lending startup Lower.com names new Chief Technology Officer

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Will Burrus, CTO, Lower.com

The Ohio-based lending startup, Lower.com has hired Will Burrus as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Will is a technology entrepreneur, executive, and speaker known for taking complex technical concepts and translating them into practical and accessible business opportunities. Most recently, Will has been an active advocate for the use of immersive technologies (AR/VR) to solve problems in healthcare, education, and business, according to a statement.

“We’re profitable in less than a year, our customers are really loving Lower.com, and our intelligent loan recommendation tool, LOAi, is helping people make better homeownership decisions. We have big, exciting tech projects planned for this year. Will’s forward-thinking and experience in disrupting industries will help us further develop our tech stack and launch more innovative, proprietary tech,” Dan Snyder, founder, and CEO of Lower.com commented.

“Everyone knows AI is going to have a significant impact on the financial industry. I was instantly drawn to Lower.com because LOAi is already poised to disrupt. I’m excited to take it to the next level and to establish Lower.com as an AI pioneer in the fintech space,” Will added.

Lower.com

Since its foundation in December 2018, the company claimed to have already grown to over $550 million in loan volume, with 250+ employees in its New Albany HQ. Lower is a direct mortgage lender that offers lower rates, lower payments and better recommendations through technology.

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