Hinckley & Rugby Building Society has updated its criteria search system for mortgage intermediaries following a partnership with Criteria Hub.
The initiative enables searching using keywords or filters to examine the building society’s criteria, which includes categories such as loan size limits, overtime income, gifts and new-build warranties.
“Hinckley & Rugby has shown a real desire to explore new technologies that it can leverage to enhance its lending proposition,” said Jason Hegarty, founder of sourcing system Criteria Hub (pictured above).
“By using our API, Hinckley & Rugby is leading the way in providing the best tools to deliver the most detailed and transparent lending policy the market has to offer.
Carolyn Thornley-Yates, head of sales and marketing at Hinckley & Rugby, added: “Developing the criteria search is a big step for us and for intermediaries.
“Criteria Hub is a welcome addition to the technology partners we work with to enhance the intermediary experience, with more in the pipeline as we grasp an exciting, innovative future.”
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