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Lime Network adds MortgageStream to panel

Lime Mortgage Network has added the MortgageStream system to its panel of products and services available to its appointed representatives and directly authorised members.

The software has been designed to interface with the brokers choice of sourcing system to remove the need for advisers and administration staff to have to re-key data.

Amanda Waddington, managing director of Lime, says: “Lime continually looks for ways to bring added value products and services to our members.

“Right now mortgage advisers are comparing the various offerings available from the leading networks and so we are pleased to offer the MortgageStream system to our advisers to help them with the back office processing and business management.

“We know that firms who take steps to invest in systems are much better placed to survive and thrive in challenging times.

Paul Holden, sales director of MortgageStream, says: “21st Century Brokers are more IT aware than ever before and some of the Lime advisers were already using MortgageStream, therefore we are delighted to create a scheme where all members can benefit from a bespoke solution to service their back office needs.

“We are really pleased with the end result and believe that Lime members will want to know that their business processing and back office requirements are sorted, leaving them with more time to maintain and develop their businesses.”


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