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Nuvo to launch mortgage adviser chatbot

The artificial intelligence (AI) and chatbot technology is constantly learning about customers to suggest products tailored to them. Nuvo suggests mortgage options to a customer in less than a minute once it has gained some basic information. Customers can opt to chat to a qualified human financial adviser via the website or book a telephone

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Mortgages can adapt to the environment

Blue Planet returned to our screens this autumn after sixteen long years. Fans of Sir David Attenborough – and who isn’t – are being treated to many wonders of the Animal Kingdom, including a horrifying 40kg fish, which can jump out of the sea and pluck birds from the sky. Truly horrifying. Closer to home

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Will electronic signatures soon be the norm?

Established in 1869 as the Building Societies Gazette, Mortgage Finance Gazette has been the market leading publication for the mortgage lending industry for over 140 years. Article source: https://www.mortgagefinancegazette.com/market-commentary/will-electronic-signatures-soon-norm-11-12-2017/

Phil Rickards to become IMLA chair

Phil (pictured) is head of BM Solutions at Lloyds Banking Group, and was first appointed deputy chair of IMLA in December 2015 and has also served as a director. He succeeds Kevin Purvey, head of intermediaries at Coventry Building Society, who returns to the role of IMLA director after presiding over two years as IMLA’s

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What’s wrong with new build mortgage valuations?

During the boom period leading up to 2007 a culture of greed swept through the banking and finance industries. The housebuilding sector was not immune to this: driving unsustainable risks beyond acceptable boundaries, justified by past trends of rapid financial and economic growth. Mortgage valuers also dropped their guard often carrying out 10 mortgage valuations

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