UK, September 20 2021: Mortgage advisers utilising Submissions Brain (formerly Lendex), the new multi-lender application and submission gateway from Mortgage Brain, will now be able to request decisions in principle (DIP) with TSB.
The lender has now gone live on Submissions Brain following a successful pilot phase, which was carried out with Fluent Mortgages.
The latest innovation from Mortgage Brain, Submissions Brain provides advisers with the ability to carry out a host of tasks with participating mortgage lenders, all through a single login, from requesting DIPs and submitting full applications to tracking the progress of a case. The platform is free and available to all mortgage advisers through a standalone interface.
Submissions Brain was released to the full adviser market earlier this year, following a successful pilot period. It is integrated with both Sourcing Brain (formerly MortgageBrain Anywhere), the award-winning online product sourcing solution, and Mortgage Brain’s leading CRM system The Key, meaning that advisers can pre-populate information about the case, providing even more substantial time saving benefits.
Emily Boyes, National Account Manager at TSB, commented: “It’s been great partnering with Mortgage Brain and we’re delighted to go live on Submissions Brain following a successful trial. It further expands our commitment to direct connectivity to make life easier for our brokers.”
Neil Wyatt, sales and marketing director at Mortgage Brain, added: “It’s wonderful to welcome TSB onto Submissions Brain following the enormously successful pilot. The feedback we have received from advisers has been incredibly positive. They are already seeing a tangible improvement to their workloads, and with further lenders in the process of coming on board it’s clear that the message is spreading about the difference that Submissions Brain can make. Everyone at Mortgage Brain is determined to keep identifying ways where technology can help streamline and improve the mortgage process, delivering a more satisfying experience for brokers and borrowers alike.”