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Mortgage Match launches website

Mortgage Match, Nottinghamshire, has launched a new website as part of a long term Information Technology strategy.

Functions include an active online “application in principle” form, comprehensive downloadable documents, links to all panel lenders’ websites and information services for brokers to place and process mortgage and secured loan applications.

Mary Kavanagh-Jones, director of Mortgage Match, says: “The launch of our new website signals the first phase of a technology strategy that will address current and future IT developments within the Industry.

“Online mortgage business is a reality and will enhance process flows between brokers, packagers and lenders.”

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