We’re now integrated with Mortgage Brain
Mortgage Brain, via its Submission Brain software, is the latest sourcing system to integrate with our online mortgage platform as we continue to upgrade our digital connectivity making life easier for brokers.
The launch of this new integration now allows brokers using Mortgage Brain to submit Decisions in Principle (DIPs) at the touch of a button. Transferring the information directly into Mortgage Hub, without the need to rekey the majority of their clients’ key information, delivers significant time savings as well as a reduction in potential inputting errors.
This latest development builds on the successful similar integration with Trigold and Xplan Mortgage earlier in the year, with further new connections planned in the coming months.
John Doughty, Financial Services Director at Just Mortgages, who took part in the integration pilot, said: “Just Mortgages New Build Division were excited to be able to work with LBS on the lender integration Pilot. The feedback from the field has been excellent and they are really seeing the benefits of a seamless submission process.
“As a business we are keen to support any process that speeds up the submission process for our advisers and allows them more time with their customers.”
Martese Carton, head of intermediary distribution at Leeds Building Society said: “Investment in technology and innovation will continue to streamline the mortgage journey and make life easier everyone - that’s why we are so excited to be part of this integration via Submission Brain and we’ll continue to focus on our systems and service delivery to ensure that working with Leeds Building Society is as straightforward as possible.”
Neil Wyatt, sales & marketing director at Mortgage Brain, added: “The rebranded Submissions Brain is already establishing itself as an innovation that makes a real difference to the workloads of brokers across the industry. I have no doubt that our users will welcome the addition of Leeds Building Society, and we look forward to further lenders joining the platform.”