Stavvy Connect is a fully-integrated, digital mortgage vendor platform that allows mortgage banking professionals to seamlessly and securely communicate and access vendor data & deliverables without fragmentation or exposure to unnecessary risk.
It was designed by veteran banking, security and legal professionals familiar with the challenges faced by the mortgage industry, who aim to serve smaller and regional lenders that need to maintain compliance and reduce complexity while also adapting to shifting customer needs.
Stavvy Notarize empowers title agents, lawyers, notaries and other real estate professionals to leverage the power of web conference technology to conduct virtual closings and meetings in real time.
With end to end encryption and flexible options for securely storing your video conferences for regulatory compliance, Stavvy Notarize puts the power of virtual closings into your hands.
Not needing to rely on third party technology platforms or out of state notaries that don't understand your specific needs.
Kosta is a lifelong entrepreneur and the founder of the Ligris Companies (Ligris), a collection of professional services, real estate, and consulting firms with offices in Boston, Newton and Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Under his leadership, Ligris has grown to become among the largest transactional firms in Massachusetts while expanding title operations along the East Coast. While Kosta now serves Ligris as chairman, he continues to advise startups and founders, particularly in fintech and prop tech verticals, both as an active angel investor and as Entrepreneur in Residence at the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship.
Kosta has over two decades of experience in all aspects of real estate and mortgage banking, “from dirt to disposition,” including having provided legal services, title and settlement operations and regulatory compliance for some of the largest real estate firms and lenders in New England and beyond.
Josh is a lifelong technologist with a focus on entrepreneurship, cybersecurity, privacy, and anti-fraud technology. Over the past fifteen years, Josh has been responsible for building and leading teams — from niche startups to large federal agencies — that have been tasked with tackling some of the largest fraud, abuse, and security challenges in the world.
He has spent much of his career focused on financial services, healthcare, hosting providers, and cybersecurity products.
In addition to his operational background, Josh continues to serve as a professional advisor at the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, as well as venture partner at F-Prime Capital, where he evaluates and advises startups across multiple verticals.