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Nuvo rebrands to Mojo Mortgages

Online mortgage broker Nuvo has rebranded to Mojo Mortgages.

The company says that the new name, logo, and website coincides with logging a record number of monthly users, noting that it now helps more than 20,000 people find a mortgage each month.

The broker also boasts of several new features on its new website, such as the ability for customers to upload proof of ID direct from their phones, rather than having to scan or post paper documents.

The name change comes after Countrywide, which announced the launch of an online digital broker called Mojo Mortgages in October last year later rebranded its offering to Dynamo Mortgages.

Mojo Mortgages co-founder and chief executive Richard Hayes says: “We liked the name Nuvo, but it never quite felt right for us. Mojo Mortgages is a better reflection of our confidence and the way we want our customers to feel when we help them find and apply for a great mortgage deal.”

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  • Michael Norwood 16th August 2018 at 2:50 pm

    What about RingaDingDing mortgages or MortageMcMortgage Face Mortgages? Equally goofy and cool (cos its online baby) names.