Brokers using the system, including Mortgage Advice Bureau, will submit both an API and full application directly into Keystone Property Finance without the need to re-key client information.
Additionally, the broker will be able to track and update any submitted application via MortgageApply.
David Whittaker, CEO Keystone Property Finance (pictured), said: “At Keystone we are always looking for ways of using technology to improve the customer journey for our brokers.
“We have now successfully integrated with Twenty7Tec’s Mortgage Apply system allowing brokers to submit full applications directly to us via the platform. This has been an exciting project for us and one we hope will have a great benefit for our brokers.’’
Phil Bailey, sales and marketing director at Twenty7Tec, said: “Keystone have been a pleasure to work with, delivering real benefits through the integration of technology.
“This link is all about the intermediary, removing much of the heavy lifting, re-key of data and adding efficiencies.’’
Peter Brodnicki, CEO of Mortgage Advice Bureau, said: “Using technology to significantly enhance the customer and broker experience is a priority for MAB, which is why we have backed Twenty7Tec’s plans for MortgageApply from the outset.
“We are extremely pleased to see so many lenders planning their launches this year. The future has arrived, with many more exciting developments to come.”