Mansfield adds criteria search function to its website



Mansfield Building Society has introduced a new criteria search function on its website, making it easier for intermediaries to search the Society’s lending options.

The new search function is available from the home page of the intermediary section of the Mansfield Building Society website.

The search covers the mutual’s range of both residential and buy-to-let lending, including its Versatility and Credit Repair offer.

The criteria search functionality is provided through an integration with mortgage technology provider Mortgage Brain.

Brokers will also be able to make use of an A-Z of criteria, allowing them to quickly pinpoint whether the case falls within the Society’s criteria.

Brokers can now search Mansfield’s criteria, check affordability and view product availability from its website, quickly allowing them to screen a case before submitting a DIP request or application.

Intermediary Sales Manager Tom Denman-Molloy commented:

“As a criteria-based lender, Mansfield Building Society understands how crucial it is for brokers to be able to swiftly determine where they may be able to place their more quirky cases.

Too often brokers are having to set aside time in their day to chat through individual cases with lenders, time which could be better spent in other ways.

We know that a broker’s time is incredibly valuable, and we are committed to supporting our intermediary partners in using their time effectively.

Introducing the criteria search functionality to our website through our work with Mortgage Brain is just one example of how Mansfield is committed to working closely with intermediaries, and our determination to make it easier for brokers to place cases with us.”

Sales & Marketing Director at Mortgage Brain Neil Wyatt added:

“We are delighted to launch this API integration with Mansfield Building Society.

The partnership will make it much faster and easier for their brokers to access the information they need.

This latest development continues our work to utilise technology in order to streamline and enhance the mortgage process where possible.”