We're just getting started
We're incredibly excited to announce the start of the Sprive Beta Preview.
To be in the first wave of betas, you need to have a residential mortgage with one of the following lenders:
- Virgin Money
- Yorkshire Building Society
Once we’re happy that everything is working well with these lenders, we will start to rollout to more people across more lenders.
Why only these lenders?
We’ve got to start somewhere and we want to make sure we get this right.
What’s a “Beta”? What should I expect?
Sprive will support you to do the following:
- Set a goal to how quickly you would like to be mortgage free
- Make secure payments to your lender via your bank account
- We’ll recalculate your targets each month and send you reminders to keep you on track
- Monitor your progress and the value of your home via the Sprive dashboard
From day one, our philosophy has been to build something that genuinely helps people in their mortgage journey. To achieve that, we’re committed to launching early versions of the app to understand your mortgage related problems, expectations and reactions. We can then iterate and improve, but that inevitably means that the product won’t be 100% polished and bug-free, at least initially.
However, with your feedback we’re confident that we can revolutionise the way people manage their mortgage for the better.
Be part of our mission. We’ll listen to your feedback and suggestions.
We're at the beginning of our journey and we want to build the Sprive app with you. Here is our current roadmap that we're developing.
We'd love to hear from you. Let us know your thoughts on what we should be building to best help you by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We started Sprive, because we believe there is a better way to manage your mortgage. We’re tired of brokers and lenders just focused on earning fees and commissions from you every time you switch deal. We want to build a product that is with you every step of the way, and is 100% focused on helping you pay the least amount of interest possible to your lender.