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  • One-click mortgages are on the rise
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One-click mortgages are on the rise

Years ago, getting a mortgage meant making a trip to your bank to convince the manager to lend you some money. But now, the expectations set by on-demand culture are seeping into banking, with companies like Habito and Trussle using tech to offer one-click mortgages.

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