Start-up Coadjute is set to launch a pilot version of an app with several leading software providers. The company aims to provide homebuyers with access to all the information on their move through the app, and has formed a consortium that will use blockchain to deliver their data through mortgage provider NatWest’s existing mobile banking app. Coadjute CEO and founder John Reynolds said their ultimate goal is to provide a network featuring the entire market including all lenders so that consumers are given a range of options. Software providers involved in the project include Dezrez Estate Agency, Redbrick Solutions, eTech Surveyor, Search Acumen, Conveyancing Data Services and panel manager LMS.
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