Bank of Ireland UK has revealed it has launched a new online offer service for brokers.
Mortgage offers will now be available for brokers to view and download online via Bank of Ireland’s mortgage application system.
The online offers will mean that brokers will no longer need to wait for paper copies and once an offer has been produced, brokers will receive an email to say their client’s case has gone to offer.
The broker will then be able to log into the online application system and download a PDF version of the latest offer letter.
As well as receiving an online offer, hard copies will also be sent to the client and their solicitor.
“At Bank of Ireland UK, we’re continuously working in partnership with our brokers to get their feedback and make their lives easier,” said Alison Pallett, director of sales at Bank of Ireland UK.
“That’s why our application system has won awards for innovation, user experience and ease of use.
“Online offers are just one of the ways we’re looking to streamline the process.
“We believe that the ability for brokers to make offers online will give them peace of mind knowing that the details are correct before the offer reaches their client.”
The latest online feature is one of several updates being made to the bank’s online systems and services as it looks to save brokers time and make it easier for them to do business with Bank of Ireland UK.
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