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Mortgage Intelligence offers Criteria Hub alongside Mortgage Brain

  • 25/06/2019
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Mortgage Intelligence offers Criteria Hub alongside Mortgage Brain
Mortgage Intelligence has selected Mortgage Brain’s Criteria Hub as its preferred criteria-based sourcing solution for its appointed representatives and directly authorised members.


As part of the agreement, the advisers will be able to use Criteria Hub alongside Mortgage Brain’s online and offline sourcing systems, and The Key, its point of sale and client relationship management system, as part of a complete, end-to-end mortgage sourcing solution.

The software has been enhanced to offer a unique way of highlighting any of their client’s multiple selection options that are critical or deal breaker.

Sally Laker, managing director at Mortgage Intelligence, said: “We’ve had a really strong relationship with Mortgage Brain over a number of years and this new addition to its proposition demonstrates its understanding and vision in the mortgage advice market.

“Like us, Mortgage Brain is committed to driving forward technology initiatives and solutions that deliver business benefits that make a real difference to mortgage advisers, lenders and customers alike.”

Mark Lofthouse, CEO of Mortgage Brain, said: “To receive the continuous endorsement from a company such as Mortgage Intelligence is testament, not only to our ability to deliver the best and most innovative systems proposition available, but the unrivalled levels of flexibility, adaptability and responsiveness that we offer to all of our partners.

“We’re incredibly proud of our position as the mortgage sourcing partner of choice with Mortgage Intelligence and were looking forward to continuing to work with them and their advisers as part of this new venture.”

Over 3,000 advisers are actively using Criteria Hub including Countrywide, The Right Mortgage & Protection Network, John Charcol, Mortgage Force, Mortgage Intelligence, Fluent Money for Advisers, Online Mortgage Advisor, Openwork, Tenet, TMA, and numerous smaller firms.


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