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We have today launched our seamlessly integrated product, criteria and affordability solution, SOURCE Plus. 

We have been working hard to bring mortgage advisers and lenders the most accurate sourcing system possible, complementing their knowledge and experience.

A seamlessly integrated search facility for mortgage product, criteria and lender affordability calculations is now available, delivering for the first time a single set of results across all three areas of eligibility, from one single set of data entry.

SOURCE Plus enables advisers to begin the advice journey in any of the three areas of eligibility (Product, Criteria or Affordability), entering client data just once, before overlaying results from the other areas into one single results screen.

The product and criteria elements of the solution have been built by Twenty7Tec, whilst the affordability element has been seamlessly integrated into the CloudTwenty7 platform using Experian’s Affordability module, which provides affordability results from lenders via API.

SOURCE Plus will be available to all existing subscribers of the CloudTwenty7 platform, at an additional monthly cost of just £3 + VAT per user per month, continuing Twenty7Tec’s commitment to supporting advisers through the Covid-19 crisis by delivering market leading technology, at the best possible price.  SOURCE Plus will be available from the 5th of April.

Alongside APPLY our application submission module, SOURCE Plus is one of the most exciting and ground-breaking developments we have created for the industry.

To support advisers with understanding the benefits of SOURCE Plus we have created some useful materials:


The Intermediary team are holding a webinar on the 15th April 2021 to demonstrate SOURCE Plus.

Please register your interest HERE

For more information on SOURCE Plus, please contact your Twenty7Tec Account Manager.

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