HouseCanary Wins a Place in HousingWire’s 2019 Tech100

For the fourth year running, HousingWire has named HouseCanary as one of the most innovative and impactful technology companies in the US housing economy. “It’s always exciting to be recognized as leaders in our industry,” says HouseCanary founder and CEO Jeremy Sicklick. “I’m proud of the HouseCanary team for continuing to innovate.” 

HousingWire has published its Tech100 annually for the last six years, and the nominations grow more competitive each year. Even though HouseCanary has been honored every year since 2016, it’s an award we don’t ever take for granted. 

"This year's Tech100 list is stronger than ever!” says HousingWire’s Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney. “We leveraged a highly-qualified selection committee to review all nominations and guide the selection process. This extra layer of expertise and practical exposure to selected companies was influential in helping HousingWire recognize the 100 fintech companies that deserve the honor of being named the greatest players in the game.” 

HousingWire’s 2019 Tech100 entry for HouseCanary highlights our role in providing the data that drives our clients’ most pivotal decisions. “HouseCanary’s web and API products help real estate professionals answer the questions that are most fundamental to their business.” 

We are proud to support clients including leading institutional investors and enterprise lenders who trust HouseCanary’s products to fuel acquisition, portfolio management, underwriting, and other processes. We can’t help but notice that a number of fellow HW 2019 Tech100 winners are powered by HouseCanary products.

"The future is bright for the mortgage industry,” says HousingWire’s Associate Editor Kelsey Ramírez, “and it's because these companies continue to push the edge of what is possible.”

HousingWire is the leading independent source of news and analysis for the mortgage banking and financial markets. Find the full list of 2019 Tech100 winners on HousingWire.com and in HousingWire’s monthly print magazine.