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MS takes a peek at Evaluate upgrade

Evaluate Technologies last week gave Mortgage Strategy an exclusive preview of the latest version of its sub-prime sourcing system, Evaluate.

The updated online system will provide more lender options and its results are based on full credit searches and client information.

It will also feature a beefed-up lender panel, which has yet to be ann-ounced. Its results will be cascaded according to their adverse level and will display all available products in the market. And when applications are re-jected, the system will say why.

Kevin Friend, strategic partnerships director at ET, says: “We believe this version will become recognised as market-leading.

“Brokers will appreciate its speed, accuracy and certainty and it will also ensure there’s an audit trail to aid compliance.”

Victoria White, mortgage adviser at Whiter than White, says: “The updated system responds faster and makes a wider choice of lenders and products available.”


Secured loans from Advantage

Advantage is hoping to take the market by storm with the launch of a secured loans range under new brand ADV2, to be exclusively distributed by master broker Enterprise Finance.The ongoing distribution agreement between the two companies means Enterprise has unique access and ring-fenced distribution rights to the ADV2 product range. The deals on offer […] established in 2002 was established in 2002. It is the exclusive retailer of leads sourced from but also sources leads from other leading UK websites.

Spicerhaart offers starting positions to New Leaf mortgage advisers

Spicerhaart Financial Services has unveiled a partnership with training providers, New Leaf Group, to offer job opportunities to newly-trained advisers.Steve Cox, operations director of Spicerhaart Financial Services, says: “We are delighted to have teamed up with New Leaf and the deal will assist with our drive to expand the number of advisers at Spicerhaart Financial […]

Double-edged debate about fees

The debate about broker commission could put some consumers off using brokers but it also helps us to keep the fair treatment of customers at the forefront of our minds, says Sally Laker

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