Twenty7Tec adds Reliance Bank to APPLY module

Twenty7Tec has announced that Reliance Bank has been added to its APPLY module.

The move will enable mortgage intermediaries to submit applications to Reliance from the CloudTwenty7 platform.

Twenty7Tec’s APPLY module seamlessly and securely connects lender and intermediary systems via a range of APIs, and users can submit either decisions in principle or full mortgage applications to lenders connected to the system.

According to the mortgage technology provider, APPLY streamlines the application submission process by acting as a single point of transmission for all documents and communication relating to an application.

Twenty7Tec head of lender relationships, Nathan Reilly, commented: “Twenty7Tec is committed to working with lenders of all shapes and sizes to deliver on our ambition of making the process of applying for a mortgage simpler, faster and more efficient.

“We look forward to working with the team at Reliance to help them to deliver the best possible outcomes for intermediaries and their customers.”

Reliance head of mortgages, Gareth Byrne, added: “The roll out of APPLY has been something that Reliance and Twenty7Tec have been working on for a while now and I am delighted that we are now officially able to launch this into the intermediary marketplace.

“The benefits of APPLY will help improve the mortgage broker’s application journey with Reliance whilst still maintaining our high level of personal ownership of applications. This roll out is a further important step in the Bank’s journey in the mortgage intermediary market and further strengthens our ongoing relationship with Twenty7Tec.”

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