Calque taps former CoreLogic leader as new CEO

He has over 20 years of experience in mortgage and related sectors

Calque taps former CoreLogic leader as new CEO

Fintech company Calque has named Michael Bremer (pictured), previously of CoreLogic, as its new chief executive officer.

Bremer has 25 years of experience in mortgage, real estate, insurance and risk management. His previous tenure at CoreLogic saw him spearheading its flood insurance product line. He also led business transformation initiatives focused on regulatory compliance and the development of scalable solutions for the mortgage sector.

In a statement announcing his appointment, Bremer said he was “thrilled” to join a company “dedicated to alleviating the challenges homeowners face during the homebuying and selling process.”

As a business, Calque partners with established lenders to supply white-labeled “buy before you sell” loan solutions that enable homeowners to proceed with purchasing new property before selling their existing one. It recently launched The Trade-In Mortgage program through a partnership with Cornerstone First Mortgage.

“Calque can help established lenders and real estate agents meet consumer needs without disintermediating them or disrupting their traditional roles,” said Bremer. “Instead of displacing all of those involved in the homebuying process, we are committed to empowering them to secure the best outcomes for their business and customers alike.”

Jeremy Foster, Calque’s chairman, also commented on Bremer’s appointment and highlighted his “proven track record of scaling the mortgage solutions business.”

“With lending partners now live in 48 states and more launching every week, Michael’s experience leading teams to handle high volume while still providing exceptional lender support will be invaluable,” said Foster.

Bremer, in turn, said he was eager to scale up Calque’s business while “homeowner equity is high, and thousands of owners are ready to start looking for their next property.”

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