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Tiuta launches online case tracking

Bridging lender Tiuta has launched an online case tracking system for brokers giving them instant access to the status of clients’ applications.

The system allows brokers to view their client’s application status at any time and determine what information may be outstanding.

While using the online system, brokers can instantly correspond with their case manager at Tiuta, enabling quicker communication in real-time.

Documentation can all be viewed online, including decision in principle forms, valuation reports and offer documentation.

The system also allows brokers to calculate the rates, fees and payments applicable for a client’s application with an in-built online calculator. Brokers can also calculate the commission owed to them using the facility.

Gary Booth, director at Tiuta, says: “Speed is, of course, of the essence with bridging loans. Therefore, the online case tracking system is a great way for brokers to communicate instantly with Tiuta about the status of their client’s application.

“It is also a great time management tool, giving brokers 24 hour access to their clients’ files, allowing them to manage cases online with quick and easy access.”


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