Ira Zlotowitz Revolutionizing Commercial Mortgage Business with Launch of GPARENCY

New company oversubscribed with venture capital seed round, raising the maximum of $15M in financing from 125 real estate professionals and engaged strategic partners, including Customers Bank
Published: Nov. 22, 2021 at 11:18 AM EST

HOWELL, N.J., Nov. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- With an eye to the future of the commercial mortgage industry, Ira Zlotowitz, renowned for his success founding and leading Eastern Union, a national commercial mortgage brokerage company, today announced the launch of a new game-changing service, GPARENCY, to help clients go directly to the bank. GPARENCY is oversubscribed, raising the maximum of


$15 million in venture-backed capital from over 125 real estate professionals and engaged strategic partners (including Customers Bank),  the largest seed round in the commercial space, to fund this new approach to mortgage financing.

Gauging both the core interests of the banks and the borrowers they serve, Zlotowitz formed GPARENCY to provide a new direct-to-bank formula for the mortgage business. This model empowers borrowers with transparency, technology, and professional services with expert touches from top real estate finance executives.

"After studying the commercial mortgage market, we saw that 20% of borrowers exclusively use brokers, while 80% want to work directly with banks. Many think that broker fee structures for larger deals needed to be changed. This is exactly what we are doing at GPARENCY," said Zlotowitz.

GPARENCY's pricing is simple, transparent, and straightforward. For a flat fee of $5,000, the new game-changing pricing model and approach offers a banking team of funding coordinators to underwrite, shop, and negotiate term sheets. Once the term sheet is signed, the client will have the option to continue directly with the bank or work with GPARENCY for $500 per hour, with a cap of 30 hours. "This will be along the lines of the billing model used by lawyers and accountants," added Zlotowitz.

Zlotowitz, who recently stepped aside from Eastern Union, which he founded in 2001, earlier served as a partner at Meridian Capital. He has financed over $50 billion in his career. At GPARENCY's debut, 25 analysts, underwriters, researchers, software engineers, and debt & equity professionals will be working at the company and  Zlotowitz expects swift growth. "My next steps will be to hire a CTO, as well as more software engineers and underwriters," he said.

In the future, GPARENCY will offer long-term plans for clients that will provide all data and tools directly to them through a subscription-based service called LANDSCAPE. This will allow clients to see maps with parcels showing public information, banking information, and access to all sales brokers in real time, making GPARENCY's differentiating technology client-facing.

"Make no mistake, GPARENCY is the future of the mortgage industry. Today's commercial real estate investors are smarter, banks are more sophisticated, and full-scale, one-size fits all mortgage brokerage firms belong to the past. Our transparency, technology and flat fee pricing structure will empower and free the industry to reach their goals more efficiently and successfully than ever before," said Zlotowitz.


GPARENCY is revolutionizing the commercial mortgage industry. Through radical transparency and a tech-forward process, GPARENCY puts borrowers in the driver's seat so they can direct their own mortgage, access lenders directly, hire professionals by the hour, and Take it to the bank. Out with the mystery and the inflated commissions. In with the clarity, transparency, and control. For more information, contact


 Barbara Wagner

Elana Bodow                     

 Barbara Wagner Communications

Barbara Wagner Communications

 (917) 751-4387

(315) 440-7554                   

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