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Alterna Mortgage Company

Address: 6950 SW Hampton St Ste 218 Portland, OR 97223
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4315 SW Iowa Street Portland, OR 97221

Alterna Mortgage is a small Portland, OR-based mortgage company, owned by Scott Bennett. Alterna Mortgage in Portland, OR is a private company categorized under Mortgages. Our records show it was established in 2010 and incorporated in Oregon. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of $130,000 and employs a staff of approximately 2.
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Isbank does good deed with fully digital mortgage service

Turkey’s largest bank, Isbank, has introduced a digital mortgage process where users can follow up credit pre-approval, the actual appraisal and overall credit process 24×7.

In the bank’s “instant transaction” area, users’ mortgage applications are pre-approved within a “few seconds” and users can upload title deed images and pay the appraisal fee online to start the appraisal process. This process is based on their “life score” accumulated on Zingat, a real-estate digital platform.

Users can reach the details of the house offered according to their Zingat scores through the website, which is based on their preferences and lifestyle as well as apply for a digital mortgage.

During this process, customers can still talk with the bank if they need assistance.

The bank says it is not necessary for users to log in to its system or be a customer of Isbank to use this option.

Elsewhere, an end-to-end digital mortgage has been recently introduced in Canada by Alterna Bank . The bank says it’s the first in the country to do so.

Is Tangerine working hard for your money? Hardly

Banks talk to us a lot about how they are here to help. They tell us we’re richer than we think, and that they offer worry-free banking or banking that fits our lives. In the gap between this rhetoric and real-life customer experience lie opportunities for all kinds of alternative ways to bank.

The small technology-based startups collectively known as fintech are one example. Another may just turn out to be credit unions. The country is blanketed by local and regional credit unions that haven’t been notably successful in pulling business away from our six big national banks. Now, a couple of credit unions are getting more aggressive by creating banking subsidiaries to serve people across the country.

Meridian, Ontario’s largest credit union, recently announced plans to build a national bank that is expected to open in 2018. Alterna Savings, another Ontario-based credit union, has already jumped into the banking business.

Alterna Bank was founded in 2000, and then launched this year as an online bank with a no-fee chequing account, term deposits and a high-interest savings account now paying 1.95 per cent.