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Mortgage Brain launches residential and BTL cashback remortgage proposition

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Mortgage Brain launches residential and BTL cashback remortgage proposition
Mortgage Brain has launched a new residential and buy-to-let (BTL) cashback remortgage proposition, to enhance its online comparison conveyancing service, ConveyancingBrain.

 

These additions enable advisers to quickly place cashback remortgage instructions for their clients.

Mortgage advisers using the system can now also add a solicitor of their choice to their own panel, and securely upload documentation requested by solicitors as part of the system’s communication and case tracking process.

The new version of ConveyancingBrain also enables administrators to manage multiple accounts, and features a new postcode look-up tool, as well as new commercial conveyancing and bridging finance propositions.

Mark Lofthouse, CEO of Mortgage Brain (pictured), said that listening to customers and pro-actively responding to market changes is crucial to the success of any technology provider.

He added: “These latest enhancements will make it even easier for our many ConveyancingBrain users to offer quotes for cashback remortgages and standard conveyancing cases from one place.

“They can also use the system to be kept aware of the progress of their instructions and view an audit trail of their communications with solicitors, all within agreed time frames.”

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