Beverley Building Society has introduced the Beverley Mortgage Hub for brokers.
The hub will allow mortgage intermediaries to complete applications swiftly and efficiently.
Graham Carter, head of lending at Beverley Building Society, said: “We've spent the past 18 months painstakingly researching what's out there in the market already and talking to our brokers to identify what works best and what's not so useful, in order to build the best possible features into our system.
“One of the main things we've done is to make our online application form as simple and quick to complete as possible by focusing on plain English and removing any unnecessary detail.
“We only ask for the information we really need to underwrite each case.
“This is because we understand that time is precious for our introducers, and the Beverley Mortgage Hub is the latest development in our ongoing quest to continually improve the service we offer.”
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