27 June 2022
Kensington Mortgages launches new remortgage portal with Koodoo
- Kensington has partnered with Koodoo to create a digital remortgage portal
- The portal allows both brokers and clients to switch to a new Kensington product entirely online in a few minutes
- Brokers are notified by Kensington to visit the portal when the client’s fixed rate deal is coming to an end
27 June 2022: Kensington Mortgages has partnered with Koodoo to create an online remortgage portal for brokers and clients.
The portal, which is now live, presents brokers and borrowers with the remortgage rates or products available as they come to the end of their fixed rate term. It allows brokers to switch their clients to a new rate product within minutes and receive the corresponding proc fee. The portal simplifies and streamlines the remortgaging process and provides clarity for customers and brokers alike.
The portal is one part of Koodoo’s origination platform, which includes digital distribution through leading comparison sites, a digital decision engine, underwriter portal and integrations with digital data sources to assist underwriting.
Vicki Harris, Chief Commercial Officer, Kensington Mortgages, comments:
“We’re delighted to unveil our new remortgage switch portal. We believe the portal will make remortgaging faster and simpler for brokers and clients alike."
“Our aim is always to innovate and help improve the way our mortgages work, and with the help of Koodoo we’re doing just that, as well as reaffirming Kensington’s place as a leader in specialist lender mortgage technology.”
Seb McDermott, CEO, Koodoo, comments:
“We are thrilled to have joined forces with Kensington to deliver an industry-leading portal for Kensington customers and their brokers. The portal enables a product switch in minutes and is fully integrated with Kensington systems meaning no re-keying and real time decisions. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Kensington as we work together to harness technology for the benefit of customers, brokers and underwriters in the mortgage industry.”