About Us

Solidifi is a leading independent provider of next generation mortgage services. The company has built a strong reputation and partnership with more than 100,000 field agents. Today, Solidifi is the mortgage services provider of choice for more than 60 of the top 100 lenders.

Understanding the power of technology to boost productivity both internally and for clients, Solidifi’s team is made up of mortgage industry specialists and technology innovators. The company has invested more than $35 Million in its leading SaaS-based platform supported by a dedicated technology team. Solidifi’s national headquarters is located in Buffalo, NY.

Established in 2004, Solidifi’s parent company Real Matters is one of North America’s fastest growing, innovative technology companies. Real Matters’ proprietary, cloud-based real estate technology platform and network of more than 100,000 qualified independent field agents optimizes the management of critical, regulated real-estate processes such as appraisals, insurance inspections, title search and mortgage closings.

Our Difference

Our Approach

Solidifi operates a technology-based marketplace where independent property professionals compete for business based on their service level performance and quality of work. This approach allows Solidifi to operate on a dramatically lower cost structure than traditional valuations service companies. Lender fees stay the same. Competent field agents receive a higher percentage of the fee resulting in better outcomes.

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Leadership Team


Consisting of the industry’s top talent and thinkers, the Solidifi Leadership Team represents a broad range of experience continuously ensuring a best-in-class offering.

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Inside Solidifi

Building a great company depends on great people. No two Solidifiers are the same, save for a passion in life, which we believe translates to a passion for work. We hire leaders, breed leaders, and celebrate leadership as a quality. We strive for Solidifiers to prosper and…

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