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Mortgage 2000 is rebranding its sourcing system to e-mortgage. The revamped service will provide int...

Mortgage 2000 is rebranding its sourcing system to e-mortgage.

The revamped service will provide intermediaries with direct access to more than 4,000 mortgage products with over 50 lenders accepting mortgage applications online.

Sean Hornsby, e-mortgage sales and marketing director, said: “Brokers are extremely aware of the impact of e-commerce on their business. But they need help and access to the smartest technology available. Many are already dealing with Mortgage 2000 and are confident with the service we provide.”

Throughout May e-mortgage will be holding a series of seminars to brief intermediaries on the revamped service starting on 2 May in Bristol and then Sunderland, Glasgow, Manchester, London, Hatfield and Birmingham.

For dates contact 01244 665 716

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