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Endpoint Raises $150 Million to further simplify the Real Estate Closing procedures

On 19th October 2021, Endpoint Closing Inc secured 150 million dollars in investment.


First American, a prominent source of property title insurance, risk management products, and Endpoint's parent firm funded the round. Endpoint will use this current finances to expand its tech team, engage more in title and settlement mechanization, and spread into new markets in the United States.

Endpoint offers a mobile-enabled system that uses AI technology to simplify document submission and processing, plus reducing the time it consumes to conclude a property transaction. Through this, title and settlement specialists are free to manage exceptions and care for their clientele.

The company officially began operations in November 2019 and purports to have assisted real estate experts in closing over 2.5 billion dollars in sales.

According to First American CEO Dennis Gilmore, his firm is dedicated to driving the digital revolution of the titling and settlement business.


He stated that the company would accelerate its entire attempt to streamline dealing with real estate even further with this investment.

Proptech firms, brokerage firms, and house bidders benefit from Endpoint's platform. The first group simplifies the entire closing procedure by requesting essential information beforehand and automating document submission, guaranteeing that transactions close on deadline and with minimal difficulty. Similarly, Endpoint's platform gives buyers and sellers complete transparency in the closing stage, such that they know what's coming ahead and how to plan for it. The company has a group of professionals on its webpage to address any concerns users may have, and its system can indeed handle rapid funds transfer.

On its site, Endpoint also has a closing cost estimator that market participants can use to receive an exact estimate of the deal's cost.


The firm's software was upgraded lately with the latest application framework that expands the firm's connectivity options with other property technology and broker services.

Endpoint earns revenue by charging a single escrow charge that includes all capturing, smartphone attestation, paperwork, and news outlets. It charges $550 per front in Texas plus $1,000 per end in Washington as well as California. Well, the costs depend on the home's worth.

Endpoint's platform is already a huge success, leading to the organization increasing its personnel and going to different regions in Northern California and Texas.

Corporate development supervisors, titling officers, computer programmers, and Escrow officers are some of the 80+ roles currently open in Endpoint. Endpoint plans to use its additional cash to fill most of these roles and to improve its title automated processes, as per the company. According to Endpoint Chief Executive Officer Scott Martino, the new investment will help the company achieve its goal. The goal is to provide entirely digitized closing services to more clients and real estate professionals.

Endpoint had previously raised $40 million and $30 million from First American.