Catherine Mootz for FirstClose

FirstClose Begins Rebranding Initiative to Offer More Information and Better Resources to Clients


Austin, Texas, March 2, 2017 – FirstClose, an aggregator of national settlement services such as title, flood and valuations for refinance and home equity lenders, today announced the release of its new logo and updated, interactive website.

The innovative web design takes users through the details of FirstClose solutions and offers relevant and timely information to home equity lenders on its following services:

  • Automated Valuation Models (AVM)
  • Desktop Valuations
  • Appraisals
  • Flood Certifications
  • Property Reports
  • Closing and Recordings
  • Document Preparation
  • Income Verification

Users are also able to request a free sample and demo of the FirstClose Report, the first highly comprehensive refinance and home equity loan solution, providing clients with all of their critical title, flood and valuation data in a single file. The FirstClose Report offers:

  • Loan flood certification
  • Current market value
  • Interior and exterior photos of the property
  • Copy of the deed
  • Liens
  • Judgments
  • Transaction history
  • Subject property data
  • Tax information
  • And more…

“Our rebranding efforts are a positive step forward for our company, but even more importantly for our clients,” said Tim Smith, co-founder and president of FirstClose. “With our modernized and reorganized website, our clients and potential clients are able to easily access our solutions, request a demo and have their settlement questions answered.”

About FirstClose

Headquartered in Austin, Texas FirstClose provides end-to-end technology solutions to refinance and home equity lenders nationwide, as well as a vendor management system that eliminates duplicate data entry. The company’s flagship product, the FirstClose Report, is the first, comprehensive refinance and home equity loan solution with capabilities to deliver title, flood, valuation and other important data elements in one report. For more information, visit