Shawbrook Bank has announced that its broker partners will now have access to the eTech buy-to-let hub.
eTech will look to make portfolio underwriting more standardised and straightforward to allow brokers and clients to achieve quicker decisions.
The hub provides lenders with a submission platform to meet the PRA’s SS13/16 portfolio landlord underwriting standards.
Gavin Seaholme, head of sales at Shawbrook Commercial Mortgages (pictured above), said: “We are excited to be able to offer this progressive technology to our broker partners – and believe it will make a big difference to their ability to service their clients quickly and efficiently.
“Shawbrook is always keen to utilise new technology and we believe the eTech BTL hub will provide a streamlined service that will support our brokers and customers.”
Mark Blackwell, chief operating officer at eTech, added: “Our online system will take the headache out of the increasingly complex administration and legislation landscape.
“Mortgage intermediaries will benefit from access to a simplified portfolio upload process, automated data verification and population into lender-specific templates, and instant submission of applications in real time.”
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