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Over 1,000 brokers adopt MortgageBrain Anywhere in 6 months

Over 1,000 brokers and IFAs have adopted Mortgage Brain’s online sourcing system in the six months since its launch.

The cloud-based system, called MortgageBrain Anywhere, launched in October and allows brokers to access the sourcing platform through a web browser on any device.

Mortgage Brain chief executive Mark Lofthouse says: “We’re absolutely delighted with the success and widespread adoption of MortgageBrain Anywhere.

“The new features and capabilities offered by MortgageBrain Anywhere make it the most accurate and powerful system in the industry. It is incredibly easy to use and will significantly streamline the mortgage advice and sales process by allowing users to conduct a thorough whole-of-market search and selection process quicker than ever.”

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  • Alex Beavis 16th April 2015 at 2:04 pm

    You technically don’t “download” MortgageBrain Anywhere – that’s pretty much the whole point.

  • Freelancer Financials 16th April 2015 at 12:19 pm

    It’s a shame they haven’t done anything with “MortgageStream”. Since they took it over, hardly any new features have been added. The same with Trigold.

    It’s obvious that all their interested in doing is making “The Key” and “Mortgage Brain” their flagship brands.