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Kensington completes application integration with Twenty7Tec’s MortgageApply

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  • 23/05/2019
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Kensington completes application integration with Twenty7Tec’s MortgageApply
Kensington Mortgages has completed its integration with Twenty7Tec’s MortgageApply application submission system.

 

Mortgage Solutions exclusively revealed last month that the lender was just a “couple of weeks” away from finalising the application programming interface (API) link.

Users of MortgageApply will now be able to submit decision-in-principle applications to Kensington directly from within the system, without the need to re-key data onto the lender’s portal.

The integration will be rolled out initially to firms within Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB), before a full roll out to all Twenty7Tec MortgageApply users over the coming months.

A further 11 lenders are expected to join the platform through 2019 which were revealed by the firm in February.

 

Speed up the process

Kensington Mortgages CEO Mark Arnold (pictured) said the lender was delighted to have completed the process which would provide a more simplified and streamlined journey for brokers.

“We are always looking for ways to speed up the loan process and make it as easy as possible for brokers to work with us,” he said.

“This is particularly important in the specialist sector where applications are generally more complex.”

Twenty7Tec CEO James Tucker noted both teams had worked exceptionally hard to deliver the integration.

Mortgage Advice Bureau CEO Peter Brodnicki added: “We are extremely pleased to see a lender of the quality of Kensington Mortgages choosing to partner with MortgageApply.

“We are delighted to see so many lenders planning their launches this year. The future has arrived, with many more exciting developments to come.”

 

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