Mortgage Brain and Leeds Building Society confirm new integration

Mortgage tech provider, Mortgage Brain, has announced the launch of a new partnership with Leeds Building Society.

The move will introduce a fully customised integration of the tech provider’s Criteria Brain offering onto Leeds Building Society's intermediary website, to enhance the lender’s mortgage search process for its intermediaries.

Mortgage Brain’s customised i-frame for Leeds Building Society will look to power the lender’s criteria policy pages on its intermediary website so that brokers can access up-to-date criteria information on both its residential and buy-to-let mortgage ranges.

The integration will also save time for the society as it will only be required to update policy information from one entry point, which is then replicated automatically across Criteria Brain and the intermediary website.

“Our focus is on significantly improving the adviser experience by delivering the most accurate and current data to enable them to best serve their diverse range of clients,” said sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, Neil Wyatt.

“This initiative with Leeds Building Society is part of a growing trend, as more lenders choose our technology to enrich their website policy pages, recognising the value it brings to the industry.”

Head of intermediary partnerships at Leeds Building Society, James O’Reilly, added: “The integration of these new criteria pages will further simplify the process for brokers and is the latest in a series of innovations the society has delivered.

“This venture with Mortgage Brain equips our intermediary partners with a tool that is not only efficient and precise but also reflects our commitment to excellence in mortgage lending services.”



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