The Digital Mortgage | Stephen Bulfer at Streamloan

Stephen Bulfer was involved in cutting edge technology projects for fortune 500 companies by day, but as a real estate investor by night, he found himself mired in archaic systems and processes that were relics of the 20th century. So he started Streamloan, a digital mortgage technology platform that simplifies the mortgage lending process.

In this episode of UpTech Report, Stephen tells us about his personal experiences as a real estate investor, and the unique challenges of that sector his company attempts to solve.

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Stephen brings over 20 years of innovation and technology experience to the mortgage lending industry, which he has immersed himself in since 2015 with StreamLoan, streamlining the mortgage process with digital technology for his mortgage lending customers across billions of dollars in mortgage originations and tens of thousands of users.

He has extensive software start-up experience, building both data analytics and mobile companies. Before StreamLoan, he most recently worked on ionGrid, a mobile security and collaboration company, to deliver software solutions to highly regulated industries including the financial sector. IonGrid was acquired in 2013 by NetApp.

Stephen has significant experience across strategy, build, and deployment of enterprise software at Fortune 500 companies including strategy and technology projects at Deloitte, the White House/Executive Office of the President, HP, Visa, MasterCard, Allstate, Kaiser, P&G, and over 50 Fortune 500 organizations.

Stephen has evaluated businesses through both an operating lens and an investment lens. In Stephen’s last corporate role as an EIR, he worked on connecting a large Silicon Valley tech firm to the startup ecosystem, with a focus on working with early to mid-stage fintech companies. StreamLoan is an award-winning mobile and SaaS platform. StreamLoan is a Silicon Valley-based venture-backed (with HQ in San Francisco).

Stephen’s real estate and mortgage experience cover both residential investment (20 years experience) and research; Stephen’s concentration during his MBA was real estate finance, with a special focus on the subprime mortgage crisis. Stephen holds two master’s degrees from Columbia Business School and the University of California Berkeley.




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