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Mortgagematch launches a new website

Mortgagematch Homeloans has launched a new website and advertising campaign this month.

The site at www.mortgagematch.net upgrades the packager’s previous offering and adds online services for brokers including case tracking, valuation instruction, application forms, agreement in principle forms and details of exclusive products.

Ian McPhereson, managing director of MH, says: “Technology is increasingly important to packagers. Our new website is the first phase of delivering more functionality to our broker partners. Along with our directly authorised and appointed representative propositions, it is about allowing brokers to work with us in a way that suits them, whether that is face-to-face or online.

“Our advertising campaign is to inform brokers that we are open to business whether they want to deal with us as a DA or AR online or through our network of offices.”

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