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MortgageStream is brokers’ favourite

A brokers’ forum has voted MortgageStream as the number one mortgage case management software.

The case management system secured the highest number of votes on independent website Cherry, which allows brokers to comment on all aspects of the mortgage market.

Paul Holden, sales director at MortgageStream, says: “We were delighted to appear on the Cherry site and especially pleased that the software users have taken the time to share their experiences and thoughts with other brokers.

“Over the last five years we have striven to constantly add innovative features to the software to make the system even easier and more powerful to use.“

The poll comes after MortgageStream added new features to its system including a free Treating Customers Fairly module and gap analysis features.”


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