love2move, the digital estate agency platform, has established a new referral partnership with Mortgage Advice Bureau (MAB), expanding the services that can be offered by members of the love2move network to homebuyers and sellers.
love2move is an online platform that enables high street estate agents to compete against the internet-only operators, allowing them to better access the online sales sector, complimenting, not diminishing, their office-based services.
Through its new agreement with MAB, members of the love2move network, which is made up of almost 40 independent, often family-owned, single and multiple location high street estate agents, will be able to utilise a range of specialist mortgage services if they are not currently generating mortgage referrals.
The collaboration will ensure that love2move customers have access to over 1,350 of MAB’s professional advisers offering expert mortgage and protection advice, both face to face and over the phone.
Georgina Cox, co-founder of love2move, said: “We are thrilled to announce the partnership with Mortgage Advice Bureau, which shares our commitment to providing expert, local support to homebuyers and sellers.
“As a result, we are now able to not only combine the benefit of online transactions with the local knowledge and presence of experienced high street agents, but also offer through our network members that are not currently generating mortgage referrals expert advice with access to more than 12,000 products from in excess of 90 lenders.”
Peter Brodnicki, CEO of Mortgage Advice Bureau, said: “We’re excited to be working with love2move – they have a forward-thinking business model in an increasingly competitive market. It is a good fit for us as both firms harness the power of technology to best meet the needs of the modern-day customer. At the heart of our business has always been quality advice and we aim to support love2move with our national postcode coverage. This will mean that all love2move customers are now able to seek mortgage and protection advice early in the home buying and selling process.”