Insurance Brokers and Mortgage Brokers

How we can help Insurance and Mortgage Brokers

DataGardener can help insurance broker and mortgage brokers understand more about companies that require their services.

 The ability to use information from Land Registry and Corporate Land Registry would give you the ability to search out companies using up to date company data and property data. Such tools give you the ability to be proactive not reactive.

Marketing data for lenders

Credit and Risk Management

For newly acquired business and your existing customers we can provide you with the ability to help them and make sure they are healthy.

DataGardener can provide you with the risk and credit management information on companies for both the onboarding stage and as an ongoing reporting tool by providing alerts on:

  • Changes to shareholder structures

  • Director changes

  • Late filing

  • Adverse flags

  • Credit reports

  • County Court Judgement – CCJ – Information

Company data for insurance and mortgage brokers

Finding New Business for Insurance and Brokers

As a broker, understanding what is happening in your area or sector, and being able to stay ahead of the competition is the difference between getting a deal or not even knowing there is a deal to be had. We can help.

At DataGardener, we can help you to focus your efforts on the companies that fit with your product portfolio and help target them at the right time.

Are you looking for companies in a locality that are likely to be renewing their mortgage in two months? Are you looking to see who own what property in an area and in a particular industry?

No matter who you are looking to target, we can help you find prospects by using our advanced search capabilities to filter on:

mortgage
Fintech

Use your search criteria to build new customer targets, lists or profiles and our social media connectivity to contact them.

Export and create personalised marketing lists.

We can also provide solutions that you can use to contact those prospects by the most suitable social media channels.

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Find out more about how our property data, land registry data and corporate land registry data can help you grow your business. Contact Us

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

How do insurance companies use data?

Insurance companies are now using big data to understand customers’ habits, potential trends and for mitigating risk. This is achieved using predictive modelling and comparing the behaviour data of a customer against that of thousands of others in a database.

What does an insurance broker?

An insurance broker is a specialist in insurance who act on behalf of their clients and provide advice in the interests of their clients. The broker will help you identify your individual and/or business risks to help you decide what to insure, and how to manage those risks in other ways.

What is a mortgage broker?

A mortgage broker is a specialist in mortgages who act on behalf of a clients and provide advice in their best interests. A broker will help identify individual needs and risks to help decide the best product for a client’s needs

Who are the UK's largest mortgage lenders?

The biggest Mortgage lenders in the United Kingdom are the following:

The Lloyds Banking Group (includes Halifax) – £42.5Bn

Nationwide Building Society – £35.7Bn

Royal Bank of Scotland (includes NatWest) – £30.5Bn

Santander UK – £28.3Bn

Barclays – £23.1Bn

Let us also not forget the Bank of Mum and Dad!

How big is the residential UK mortgage market?

The outstanding value of all residential mortgages loans was £1,513.3 billion at the end of 2020 Q2.

What does an insurance broker do?

An insurance broker uses their specialist skills and experience to search the insurance market for the best product for the client at the best price. The broker should always act in the best interests of the client.

Should I use a broker for insurance?

There is no downside to using a broker since they usually get paid by the insurer at no additional cost to you.