Coppell-based home mortgage company Caliber Home Loans is seeking to raise up to $200 million in an initial stock offering.

The fast-growing home loan firm filed Friday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for its first public securities sale. Record-low interest rates are fueling a home buying and refinancing boom, leading privately owned mortgage companies to capitalize on Wall Street.

Home mortgage originations are forecast to hit $3.9 trillion this year – up from about $2.2 trillion in 2019. More than $2.4 trillion of this year’s home lending volume is homeowners refinancing their property at lower mortgage rates.

Caliber Home Loans is owned by an affiliate of Dallas private equity investor Lone Star Funds, which will maintain more than 50% of the company’s stock after the public offering. The company lists its current total stockholders’ equity at more than $1 billion.

Caliber – which is expanding its offices to

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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Customer segmentation has been an age-old issue for businesses globally. Though new customer segmentation models have helped serve the purpose, it tends to miss certain aspects that make it unreliable in the long run. Quantzig has an extensive team that comprises data scientists and advanced customer analytics experts who focus on data analysis and implement analytics approaches to tackle challenges like these. The cross-functional teams work closely with businesses to help them deal with large real-world databases and identify various risk factors and analyze factors that impact outcomes. Quantzig also has the expertise in offering a wide range of customer segmentation analytics solutions that can help tackle a plethora of challenges faced by companies in the retail, F&B, CPG, and BFSI sectors.

Quantzig’s approach to customer segmentation combines the application of dynamic micro-segmentation and predictive modeling techniques to accurately forecast customer value based on their purchase history,

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If you thought Americans had an online shopping problem, wait until you see the latest numbers. 

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According to a recent eMarketer survey, ecommerce is expected to see 18 percent growth in 2020. New consumers joining the online shopping craze and a surge in click-and-collect delivery options, such as curbside, are responsible for the rise.


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As expected, businesses across the country have made moves to capitalize on this digital boom. In the past few months, we’ve seen popular distilleries pivot to pumping out hand sanitizer and live entertainment go virtual. 

With a little ingenuity, it’s possible to keep the lights on and even grow your business in the midst of the pandemic. Use these creative ideas to get the wheels turning and imagine how these innovative solutions could impact your bottom line before the end of 2020.

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