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Exclusive: OMS integrates with Kensington Mortgages

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  • 15/11/2018
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One Mortgage System (OMS) has adopted a full system integration with Kensington Mortgages aimed at offering brokers access to a wider range of specialist lending solutions.

 

The integration will see OMS users benefit from direct access to Kensington Mortgage’s extensive specialist lending portfolio via a full two-way integration.

It will allow brokers to carry out a full decision in principle, without the need to rekey any data.

OMS offers automated valuation models (AVMs), changeable workflows, drag and drop facilities, and gives its users access to documentation and application forms for more than 28 different lenders.

OMS already has partnerships with lenders including Precise Mortgages, Shawbrook Bank, Together Loans, Kent Reliance and Foundation Home Loans.

Neal Jannels, managing director of OMS, said that this is the beginning of many more partnerships and system enhancements.

He added: “This system integration is another important step in ensuring that OMS can provide our growing user base with a seamless route to an even wider range of market-leading specialist lending options in a fast, secure and efficient manner.

“Technology can often be seen as an expensive, intimidating and complex entity which is only available for large firms with deep pockets.

“However, in the modern age this is far from the truth. The right kind of tech solutions are available right now to support intermediary firms of all shapes and sizes to increase efficiency levels, streamline processes and match the ever-shifting needs of their clients.”

Craig McKinlay, sales and marketing director of Kensington Mortgages (pictured), added: “We’re very excited to partner with OMS and believe this latest integration to our system is very much something all our brokers will benefit from.

“By increasing efficiency and streamlining the process, our brokers can now focus their time and energy on pursuing what is fundamentally most important, providing the best advice to clients.”

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