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MT registers its 1,000th Trigold user

Trigold’s software is available free of charge to all Mortgage Times members who sub- mit either two packaged cases or five cases direct to lenders per month.

Trigold users have access to around 2,000 exclusive products through Mortgage Times. They can also access the group’s generic app-lication form which allows users to send in applications for any of the 25 lenders on Mortgage Times’ panel of packaged lenders.

Payam Azadi, head of marketing at Mortgage Times, says: “We have been working closely with Tri-gold for some time and our relationship has gone from strength to strength.

“It shares our vision of making the mortgage process simple and efficient for brokers and we are sure that the synergy between the two of us will continue to grow.” Bill Safran, chief executive of Trigold, says: “Mortgage Times has built an enviable reputation for products, service and the integration of technology into its application process.

“Throughout the market, you can see that firms such as Mortgage Times that use technology as an enabler are leading the way in delivering comprehensive propositions to brokers.”

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