The mortgage tech platform Dashly has announced the recruitment of Peter Harte to its sales division, with the newcomer being charged with building better connections with advisors and lenders.
Dashly is an evaluation platform that supplies advisors and their clients with continuous comparisons between their existing loans and similar ones on the market. The idea behind it is to let advisors know if there is a better deal available for a client and to reduce the overall overspend on mortgages throughout the UK.
Harte is joining the company after having spent more than a decade working for Mortgage Brain as its Sales Development Manager. During that period, he successfully managed to increase sales of tech solutions and custom mortgage products to intermediaries and lenders.
Dashly’s Head of Intermediaries, Iain Swatton, told Financial Reporter that:
“We look forward to developing new relationships across the sector with advisors and lenders alike so that we can transform the mortgage market for everyone involved in it, and Peter will be crucial to making that happen.”
Harte himself stated that his quarter of a century’s worth of experience in the industry had shown him that bespoke was best. He then added that Dashly was a company committed to meeting the individual needs of borrowers using technology, but without losing sight of the value of a human mortgage advisor.
Following completion of a CeMAP course, an advisor will want to find efficient ways of ensuring a client has the best possible deal, and that is the sort of service this platform offers.