myLendhub — which has been built with the broker and borrower journey at the heart of its design and functionality — removes the need to re-key information on applications by pre-filling form fields from the enquiry stage.
Users will also be able to view and accepts DIPs and HOTs and email documentation directly to clients for digital signature.
“myLendhub has been in the making for just over a year now and we are very excited to finally be able to release it to the market,” said Christopher Adamou, managing director at Lendhub (pictured top).
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“We have focused on streamlining the current lending process by working with our brokers and having a deep understanding of what would really make a difference to how they work.”
Users will also be able to see their cases and the stages they are at from one screen, and the system will provide instant notifications and real-time information, so there is no need to chase for updates.
“Technology within the bridging and development industry has somewhat fallen behind, so we are extremely pleased to be able to offer a platform that creates a seamless journey for both the broker and borrower,” Chris explained, adding that it planned to continuously improve the portal.
“Phase two of myLendhub is already underway and we look forward to future releases and enhancements for our clients.”
Lendhub rebranded in April, and has since launched a new website, which has been designed to showcase its product range and deliver a unique user experience.