Working At LendingTree

LendingTree is more than your normal mortgage company. With an online loan marketplace, LendingTree provides financial borrowing needs for auto loans, small business loans, personal loans, credit cards, and more. The company also provides a platform for customers to be able to compare auto and educational services.

LendingTree dates back to 1997, so they've been around for awhile. The company got its start after Founder Doug Lebda found himself in a game of running back and forth between different banks just to compare loans. So in an effort to make one platform to allow you to compare all of the loan rates, LendingTree began.

With the rise of the internet, that process was able to go online and the competition between banks grew stronger. The company prides itself on saving people money through this comparison process. And not only is the company focused on improving its customers' lives, but it also strives to create an open environment for its employees to feel welcome and appreciated.

Diving Into the Values at LendingTree

LendingTree prides itself on maintaining an entrepreneur spirit among its team members, while supporting a work/life balance. Through a collaborative environment and fun team offsites, the employees who work at LendingTree are truly some of the brightest around. This brilliance stems from the supportive atmosphere where employees are encouraged to take off enough time to feel recharged. With career opportunities in technology, marketing, sales and product management, there is a place for everyone at LendingTree. While everyone is working in different departments and taking on different responsibilities, there is one constant that is shared across the board. That constant is the list of 6 values that serves as the company's foundation. Those values are:

  • Build truly outstanding products: The products LendingTree employees build are created with the consumers and customers in mind. Most of the time, employees are helping these people through complex, important times in their lives. That's why employees are encouraged to find ways to brighten their experience through insight and clarity.
  • Be open and candid: This value was designed with a special emphasis on the company's successes and shortfalls. Everyone comes in each day knowing mistakes are part of the game. But they also know they need to learn from them. And when something succeeds, the team tries to learn from that as well by figuring out what made it successful.
  • Act with urgency and creativity: Team members are encouraged to think outside of the box when it comes to ideas.
  • Take charge: Employees at LendingTree make decisions and stand by those decisions. They propose clear courses of action. If that action is taking too long, they move on.
  • Set goals and be accountable: The environment at LendingTree is exciting and fast paced. Everyone works together to create successes and have an impact within the company.
  • Commit to excellence: Team members are pushed to live up to their full potential. From learning something new to becoming a leader, they're always looking for ways to improve themselves, while helping others realize their full potential.
  • The Culture at LendingTree

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    The company is committed to inventing a culture where everyone is comfortable discussing their ideas and opinions. It doesn't matter what idea you have, your voice will be heard at LendingTree. That's where the idea of everyone being a contributor at LendingTree comes from. In order to truly contribute to the company, you're expected to take on multiple responsibilities. Since every employee is equally important to the success of LendingTree, everyone feels comfortable asking even the CEO questions.

    The culture at LendingTree is one that values your ability just as much (if not more) as your experience. The products and services that LendingTree provides are ones that everyone takes pride in when it comes to helping develop. The work environment is very casual and laid-back with entrepreneurial undertones. At LendingTree, you'll be presented with opportunity after opportunity to learn and grow from some of the kindest, smartest people around. You'll be encouraged to become an expert in a specific subject and then mentor others on that subject. LendingTree is a place where you not only get to express your ideas, but you'll also be able to implement those ideas.

    The Benefits at LendingTree

    The Trees Here Are Made Out of Money

    The biggest focus at LendingTree is making sure the employees there are entirely happy. And with the list of benefits the company offers, that focus really shows. From daily catered lunches in Charlotte to in-house gyms with personal trainers, LendingTree really goes all out when it comes to job perks.

    Twice a year, employees at LendingTree enjoy a special boost to their bank accounts. Yeah, we're talking bonuses. The bonuses are administered to all of the employees for when the company hits its goals each quarter. In addition to financial rewards, employees also enjoy being recognized (but seriously, who doesn't enjoy a pat on the back?). If you're one who tends to go above and beyond, you're sure to shine at LendingTree. With the peer-nominated "Wow" awards, the "Getting Stuff Done" awards and regular Top Performer Recognition, those pats on the back come in all shapes and sizes.

    In addition to the gyms on campus and personal trainers, LendingTree really focuses on your wellness. With the fitness/wellness program, employees are provided with education, physical fitness programs, and other wellness events that are designed to boost employee health and satisfaction. And if your life is just too busy to workout, the personal trainers at LendingTree offer classes before, during and after work hours to fit whatever schedule you're working with. The company hosts several Wellness Fairs throughout the year, provides opportunities for you to get a flu shot and allows you to challenge your coworkers to a "Biggest Loser" contest.

    Some of the more normal benefits include 401k matching and unlimited vacation days. Another unique perk though is the innovative work environment you get to work in and the people you get to work with. With perks like these and an environment full of career opportunities, it's hard to not want to work at LendingTree.

    Industry

    Banks

    Revenue

    $480.7M

    Employees

    909

    Founded in

    1996

    Headquarters

    Charlotte, NC

    Website

    lendingtree.com

    Organization Type

    Public

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    The Team At LendingTree

    Key People
    • Paul Tyma (CTO)
    • Moriarty (CFO)
    • Doug Lebda (ceo)
    • Brad Wilson (CMO)
    • Neil Salvage (President)

    The Culture At LendingTree

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    What makes LendingTree a great place to work?
    We are publicly traded (TREE), we are financially sound, and we are on a tear. If you are looking for an opportunity with a dynamic company that is fanatically pro-consumer and that champions your entrepreneurial spirit, then you can come to the right place!
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    What is the culture like at LendingTree?
    Want to wear shorts and comfy shoes to work? No problem! Our clothes are casual, but our work ethic is anything but. Every one of us is expected to challenge the status quo, to have an opinion and to stand up, ask for the ball and run with it to meet our aggressive goals... then we have some fun!
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    What benefits does LendingTree provide to employees?
    Health Insurance, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401k Matching, Equity, Performance Bonus, Maternity/Paternity Leave, Family Medical Leave, Paid Time Off, etc.
    What is the interviewing process like?
    We use our interview process to assess job related knowledge and cultural fit. You will speak with a recruiter as well as several team members including peer groups.
    What does LendingTree do to give back to society and the community?
    LendingTree has always been proud to support our community! Through Corporate Philanthropy we support many local and national non-profit organizations. That has included financials support, sponsorships, scholarships, entrepreneurial support, partnerships and employee volunteerism. LendingTree gives every employee 16 hours of community service time a year to make a meaningful difference in their community. LendingTree just completed Branching Out into our Community, a week of service projects. With over 400 employees volunteering for half a day during this week, our teams were able to successfully complete 25 projects for non-profit organizations in eight states. In 2017 LendingTree launched Financial Roots, a Financial Education program for Elementary Schools. We are in the final stages of setting up the LendingTree Foundation to continue to impact our communities.
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    LendingTree Rankings

    LendingTree is ranked #37 on the Best Companies to Work For in North Carolina list. Zippia's Best Places to Work lists provide unbiased, data-based evaluations of companies. Rankings are based on government and proprietary data on salaries, company financial health, and employee diversity.

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    LendingTree Salaries

    How much does LendingTree pay?
    The national average salary for a LendingTree employee in the United States is $65,347 per year. Employees in the top 10 percent can make over $107,000 per year, while employees at the bottom 10 percent earn less than $39,000 per year.
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    LendingTree Salaries By Job Title

    While the average employee salary at LendingTree is $65,347, there is a big variation in pay depending on the role. Some of the job titles with high salaries at LendingTree are Lead Architect, Senior Software Engineer, Vice President Of Technical Operations, and Senior Manager. A typical Lead Architect salary at LendingTree is $119,970. Other roles at LendingTree include Cashier and Sales Assistant. A Cashier at LendingTree earns an average yearly salary of $21,833.

    LendingTree Careers

    On average, employees at LendingTree stay with the company for 2.3 years. Employees most commonly join LendingTree after leaving Bank of America. When they leave LendingTree, they most frequently get their next job at Wells Fargo.

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    2.3 years
    Quicken Loans1.4 years
    LendingClub1.3 years
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    LendingTree Financial Performance

    9.9
    Performance Score
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    Revenue

    $100M - $1B

    Founded in

    1996

    Organization type

    Public

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    LendingTree Competitors

    Competitors of LendingTree include LendingClub, FIRST FINANCIAL GROUP, and American Equity Mortgage. Employees at LendingClub earn more than most of the competition, with an average yearly salary of $97,762. Employees at FIRST FINANCIAL GROUP earn an average of $60,803 per year, and the employees at American Equity Mortgage earn an average salary of $60,355 per year.

    Frequently Asked Questions about LendingTree

    When was LendingTree founded?

    LendingTree was founded in 1996.

    How many Employees does LendingTree have?

    LendingTree has 909 employees.

    How much money does LendingTree make?

    LendingTree generates $480.7M in revenue.

    What industry is LendingTree in?

    LendingTree is in the banks industry.

    What type of company is LendingTree?

    LendingTree is a public company.

    Who are LendingTree's competitors?

    LendingTree competitors include Quicken Loans, E-Loan, LendingClub, Farm Credit Mid-America, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, First Mortgage, loanDepot, Equity One, Nelnet, New Penn Financial, Prospect Mortgage, CTX MORTGAGE Co, RocketLoans, New American Funding, Champion Mortgage Holdings, EverBank, Us Mortgage, American Equity Mortgage, FIRST FINANCIAL GROUP.

    Who works at LendingTree?

    Paul Tyma (CTO)

    Moriarty (CFO)

    Doug Lebda (ceo)

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    Where is LendingTree's headquarters?

    LendingTree's headquarters is in Charlotte, NC.

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