Lenders One® Cooperative
Get the competitive edge you need to keep up in today’s market
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What we offer
The mortgage industry is becoming more complex and competitive. That’s where Lenders One® can help.
Lenders One mortgage cooperative is a national alliance of independent mortgage bankers. The cooperative was designed to give mortgage bankers the edge needed to keep up in today’s highly competitive market.
Join us to access 25+ secondary market providers and 60+ preferred providers of mortgage and business-related products and services. Our mission is to help you grow revenue, cut costs and enhance operational efficiencies. Build your winning edge with Lenders One.
Help increase revenue and cut costs. Benefit from 80+ mortgage and business services at negotiated discounts that can help you earn more and save more on loans you originate.
Builds a stronger network
Establish connections with a national network of independent mortgage bankers to share best practices and learnings.
Uncover new ways to work smarter. Access training and technology platforms to stay educated and on top of industry trends.
Lenders One has returned approximately $100 million in cash dividends to our members since inception*
*As of December 2017
70+ preferred secondary providers and vendors to help solve our members’ most critical issues*
*As of December 2017
"Lenders One is about the people! It provides an opportunity to come together and share ideas to help build a better business. I have developed relationships and discovered new ideas to continue to compete in this industry."– Leigh Ann McCoy, Mission Mortgage
Lenders One members originated approximately $273B in origination volume in 2017*
*Based on average origination volume reporting from Lenders One members January - December 2017
“One of the challenges I discovered after joining a small mortgage company was the limited access to information and data. As a member of Lenders One, our organization has been able to leverage this relationship to bridge that gap.”– Russ Anderson, Guardian Mortgage