This will enable brokers to submit decision in principle (DIP) residential applications to the lender without rekeying information.
It allows for broker authentication, decisioning and case tracking.
If the DIP is approved, the adviser will be able to source the case on the Halifax portal so the full application can be completed.
James Tucker (pictured), CEO of Twenty7Tec, said: “Our pilot phase saw well over 1,000 applications submitted to Halifax Intermediaries through Apply, and we expect that number to grow exponentially over the coming weeks and months.
“The feedback that we have received from advisers during this pilot phase, in terms of time saved and efficiency of process, has been exceptional. I have no doubt that all our users will benefit greatly from our partnership with Halifax Intermediaries.”
Ian Wilson, head of Halifax Intermediaries, said: “We are delighted that this functionality will now be available to all Apply users.”