ConveyancingBrain joins Mortgage Support Network as a preferred technology solution

ConveyancingBrain joins Mortgage Support Network as a preferred technology solution

Mortgage Brain’s conveyancing service, ConveyancingBrain has been picked as one of the Mortgage Support Network’s preferred conveyancing technology solutions.

Mortgage Brain say the system has a simple, one-step registration and login process and will offer MSN’s Appointed Representatives instant access to conveyancing quotes, online access to reports and the ability to manage ongoing cases, view case details and add case notes to solicitor’s files.

Peter Ransome, Managing Director, at Mortgage Support Network, said: “We continue to look for new and innovative solutions that will help our members to not only manage their business efficiently and effectively, increase income and profitability but to also improve client support and service.

“ConveyancingBrain ticks all of those boxes and more and we’re delighted to be offering this new service to our members.”

Mark Lofthouse, CEO of Mortgage Brain, said: “Our commitment of providing mortgage brokers with value added products and services that meet their needs now and well into the future is as strong as ever.

“We want to make sure brokers have instant access to a range of complimentary services that they can use to maximise their earning potential and at the same time, provide the best possible service to their customers.

“ConveyancingBrain achieves all of these objectives and we’re delighted to be working with MSN and its members.”

Mortgage Brain say around 50 brokers a week are currently signing up to the new system, which enables brokers to obtain a range of conveyancing quotes including property sale, purchase, sale & purchase, re-mortgage and transfer of equity. All quotes are automatically saved on the system and valid for 21 days and brokers have the flexibility to adjust what they want to earn on individual quotes.

Josh Morris

Josh is the Journalist for the Today's Group and writes many of the articles for Today's Conveyancer. He graduated with a degree in Physics from Cardiff University in 2009 before training as a journalist.
He has previously written for The Times, The Mirror and The Daily Express.

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