Twenty7Tec to roll out Virgin Money’s APPLY integration for CloudTwenty7 users
By Megha Bhattacharya
Mortgage technology provider Twenty7Tec today announced the completion of a pilot with Virgin Money, allowing users of the CloudTwenty7 platform to access the APPLY integration.
The APPLY integration with Virgin will enable users of the CloudTwenty7 platform to apply for a Decision in Principle (DIP) from Virgin Money, as well as submitting a Full Mortgage Application (FMA), avoiding duplication of data and speeding up submission. It will also enable them to receive decisions and case tracking updates from Virgin via APPLY as well as view case notes to confirm the required documents that are needed and fees to be paid to Virgin before conversion to full mortgage application.
Nathan Reilly, Head of Lender Relationship at Twenty7Tec commented, “The initial rollout of our APPLY integration with Virgin to both MAB and Connells has been our most successful pilot to date, and we are delighted to now be able to extend this integration to all users of our CloudTwenty7 platform. This integration represents a significant milestone in our ambitions to deliver the very best solutions to help our advisers’ source, apply and ultimately obtain a mortgage for their clients”.
Recently, the UK-based mortgage technology provider Twenty7Tec announced that it has added Reliance Bank to its APPLY module. The new development is expected to enable mortgage intermediaries to submit applications to Reliance from the CloudTwenty7 platform.
Simon Wallace, Head of Mortgage Integration and Transformation at Virgin Money said, “The wider roll out of the APPLY platform to registered brokers in partnership with Twenty7Tec is very exciting. The pilot successfully demonstrated the speed and ease in which brokers can submit business to us through the platform, giving them more time to spend on helping their next client with their application. This is a great example of Virgin Money’s commitment to drive change and innovation in the mortgage market and push the boundaries of technology to help our intermediary partners and customers.”
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