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Mojo shares details of upcoming partner platform

Online broker Mojo Mortgages has shared details of the partner platform it is soon to be launching, saying it will enable third-parties to give customers a personal mortgage recommendation in 15 minutes.

The free platform will allow brokers to use Mojo’s Mortgage Matcher and is aimed at challenger banks, online estate agents and comparison websites.

Partners will be able to choose from simple referral links to a white-label product and a fully-native solution powered by Mojo’s microservice APIs allowing brokers to pick and choose the parts of the customer journey they want to offer.

Mojo Mortgages co-founder and chief executive, Richard Hayes, says the competition has poorly executed platforms: “Getting a mortgage is typically a frustrating and time-consuming process. The poorly executed white-label partnerships and best buy tables offered by traditional brokers’ partnerships options certainly don’t help. Our solution puts an end to poor customer experience and commercial performance.”

Mojo’s new platform provides up-front commercials, real-time MI, custom reporting and dedicated account managers which it believes will ensure transparent, efficient partnership.

Chief product officer, Eddie Ross, adds: “Our focus with the partner platform was to give our partners a number of options tailored to their development capabilities and immediate requirements. We have a dedicated product development squad solely focused on constant iteration and improvement of the platform to ensure we become the only choice for potential partners.”

Mojo says it will reveal more details about its partnership platform in the month ahead and encourages interested parties to reach out in the meantime for more information.



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  • Malcolm Davidson 24th October 2018 at 1:43 pm

    Given Richard Hayes’ recent stark criticism of more “traditional” Brokers (FT article here: sitting in their “stuffy offices” (from his LinkedIn profile here:, charging fees and not willing to work outside of normal office hours (really?!) etc, I find it fascinating Mojo now wish to “reach out” to the very same Brokers to partner up with them.