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Chase de Vere in mortgage link-up with IFonline

Chase de Vere Mortgage Management is linking up with mortgage common

trading platform IFonline.

The link means Chase will use IFonline&#39s system as one of its online

resources for searching the mortgage market.

Chase hopes that the move will help its brokers match clients&#39

circumstances to the most suitable mortgage from a comprehensive range of


IFonline&#39s site is supported by a panel of over 70 lenders, with the

company in talks with further lending partners.

Chase de Vere Mortgage Management managing director Simon Tyler says: “Of

chief importance to us was the independence of the IFonline trading

platform, which requires lenders to input their own information.”

IFonline chief executive Martin Finegold says : “It is fantastic that a

company with reputation of Chase De Vere Mortgage Management has chosen us

to provide the power behind its mortgage proposition. We anticipate more

major players signing up to our system in the near future.”


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