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Pink customers gain access to Gravity

Pink Home Loans’ customers have been given access to sub-prime sourcing system Gravity.

The system, marketed by Pink’s subsidiary BDS Mortgage Group claims to be able to inform the broker of products available if a case falls just outside of criteria.

When a product is selected it also lists the near misses which enables the adviser to have more flexibility in finding the correct product for the client.

Bob Hope, sales and marketing director at BDS Mortgage Group, says: “The system is web-based so it is updated online which ensures that the products are completely up to date.

“Speed is of the essence and cases are assessed within two hours of receipt when brokers can then request a full DIP – making it possible for them to attain an agreement from a lender in just a day.”

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