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HouseLab expands service to mortgage brokers

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The HouseLab system allows complete information about the property to be uploaded to a secure online hub that can be accessed by the homeowner

HouseLab, the digital platform that revolutionised home handovers for builders, architects and designers, has now expanded their service to mortgage brokers.

Leading national mortgage broker, Moneyquest will offer the digital handover service including HouseLab’s digital wallet to their extensive broker network across Australia. Mortgage brokers will now be able to hand over essential documentation to new homeowners in a simple cloud-based digital format instead of cumbersome folders with printed sheets or emails with attachments.

The HouseLab system allows complete information about the property including warranties, manuals, plans, permits, paint colours and key contact details among others, to be uploaded to a secure online hub that can be accessed by the homeowner. With HouseLab, the mortgage broker’s contact details are only a click away and key dates can be set as reminders allowing simple home management. The homeowner will have seamless access to their most important loan and home information anywhere, anytime.

Since Moneyquest works closely with many builders during the construction of new homes, this partnership brings everyone together on one simple, cloud-based platform.

I think it’s a great idea; it means we don’t need to maintain multiple storage subscriptions and we can provide a great customer experience. It’s also a simple and useful way to say thanks to our customers and, of course, it removes the need to provide any printed documents, which often get lost, commented Moneyquest general manager Simon Dehne.

Chris Rennie, co-founder of HouseLab says, when we started talking to Moneyquest, we were thrilled to learn how we could assist improving their customer experience and thereby improving retention and referrals of customers. We’re also focused on improving the bottom line, so the idea of cutting down printed handovers and removing the need for ongoing online storage subscriptions is really exciting.

Important:

This article is for information purposes only.

Please remember that financial investments may rise or fall and past performance does not guarantee future performance in respect of income or capital growth; you may not get back the amount you invested.

There is no obligation to purchase anything but, if you decide to do so, you are strongly advised to consult a professional adviser before making any investment decisions.