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Hinckley & Rugby BS launches online application system

Intermediaries can now apply for Hinckley & Rugby Building Society mortgages for their clients online.

The portal allows intermediaries to print off key facts illustrations, get an automated decision in principle and allows intermediaries to submit the full application online.

To date, intermediaries have been able to submit applications to the building society via Trigold, but this is the first time advisers have been able to submit applications directly with the lender.

Intermediaries can still submit paper applications to the building society.

H&R executive for branches and development Gill Vernau says: “The online applications are easy, quick, reliable and secure. It is already leading to more accurate and complete applications followed by more rapid decision making.”

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