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Mortgage Brain to expand into conveyancing and loans

by: Edward Murray
  • 09/10/2017
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Mortgage Brain to expand into conveyancing and loans
Technology company Mortgage Brain is looking to expand its mortgage market offering and push deeper into the loans and conveyancing sectors after recruiting 15 additional staff in the last 12 months.

The company has 123 employees split between offices in Croydon and Bromsgrove and also owns Mortgage Solutions’ parent, AE3 Media.

Mark Lofthouse (pictured), CEO of Mortgage Brain said: “Our continuous product development strategy means that we are making more capabilities available within our existing product suite, with recent examples being the digital client journey and a comprehensive commissions suite in the Key and the integration of second charge sourcing into our sourcing systems.”

He added: “We are also developing new, associated products and services for the benefit of our customers and partners such as ConveyancingBrain and LoansBrain.”

In addition to evolving its products, Lofthouse said the additional recruits enabled the company to deliver higher levels of service. He added: “We have introduced more ways to deliver excellent levels of customer service including live chat, webinars and videos in addition to the traditional face to face, phone and email support routes.”

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