26 - 50 employees

Framework Company Overview

Framework is about a simple idea: Every homebuyer should educate themselves about the mortgage process and the responsibilities of homeownership, and then keep learning to protect their investment. And doing so should be easy and affordable.

Framework was founded in 2012, built on the belief that there is a better way to buy a home. Our vision is to provide a mobile-first learning platform that supports the homeownership ecosystem. We are a social enterprise joint venture of two nonprofit partners, built on a philosophy of innovation, impact, and sustainability, to bring smart, savvy homeownership to the next generation. 

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The Data Engineer will play a key role in designing Frameworks creative use of data through leading the development of Frameworks data warehouse and initial data integration initiatives. We have a range of valuable data assets which are growing in volume and scope, we need to use them effectively and efficiently. The Data Engineer will serve as the technical lead for developing Frameworks internal insights and analytics data warehouse. They will identify critical initiatives and work with the Business Insights team to plan out their implementation. They will also act as a technical...
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The Scrum Master will be a key member of the engineering team and will work closely with the product team. This person will be responsible for the success of projects by clearing obstacles, establishing an environment where the team can be effective, addressing team dynamics, ensuring good relationships between the product team and engineering team as well as others outside the team, and protecting the team from outside interruptions and distractions. This scrum master will work with more than one team to manage tasks and priorities across different work streams. The ideal candidate...
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January 25, 2019


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Tiny houses are cute and economical. But can your tiny daydreams stand up to a reality check? If you can pass this test, you’re ready to roll.Tiny houses are cute and economical, for sure. But are you prepared to do what it takes to get yourself into a tiny house and then actually live tiny? Tiny houses have captured the imaginations of diverse people all over the world as a response to housing shortages, big mortgages, ballooning rents, student loan debt, homelessness, and the specter of pov...
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Yes, you can own a home. And without spending your entire paycheck on your mortgage. Get in on the affordability movement sweeping the country.Community land trust homeowners all seem to tell the same story. But it’s exciting every time you hear it. It goes like this: Before they bought their home through a community land trust, they struggled with high rents and instability. After, they had a home they could afford, the stability that comes with that, and the freedom to live the lives th...
December 31, 1969
Has your offer been accepted? Congratulations! The next critical step is a professional home inspection. Here’s what it’s all about.Has your offer been accepted? Congratulations! Your next big to-do is a professional home inspection. What’s this critical step in the homebuying process all about? Here are answers to 10 of the biggest, most common questions homebuyers ask. Including what happens if the inspection turns up something you’re praying it won’t. Let’s jump ...
December 31, 1969
Want to use your home equity but aren’t sure how much you need or when? Consider a home equity line of credit. You can borrow and pay as you go.Let’s say you want to tap into your home equity, but you’re not sure how much you need or exactly when you’ll need it. Have you looked into a home equity line of credit? There are pros and cons, but one of the best things about a “HELOC” is that you can borrow and pay as you go. A home equity line of credit is a type of h...