Mojo trials remortgage feature with Monzo

Mojo Mortgages has announced that it is testing a new remortgage feature with Monzo Bank.

The agreement will enable Monzo customers to compare personalised remortgage deals with Mojo.

In addition, members of Monzo will be able to speak with a Mojo adviser over the telephone to access remortgage advice.

The service is currently available to 2,000 customers, and is accessible through Monzo’s app.

Mojo Mortgages chief product officer Eddie Ross says: “We have loved working with Monzo to bring to life a new way of getting a remortgage. By utilising our partnership APIs, Monzo can offer their customers a fully extensive range of personalised deals and access to free real-time mortgage advice all from within the Monzo app.

“There is nothing else like it in the market and we expect to set a new benchmark in terms of what customers expect from a mortgage experience.”

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  • Dan The Mortgage Man 25th July 2019 at 2:07 pm

    Monzo are definitely leading the way when it comes to the banking revolution. It’ll be interesting to see how this works out with Mojo.

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