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Tiuta launch iphone and ipad app

Tiuta has launched a new loan calculator app for iphone and ipad users.

Tiuta cliams the app is the first to be launched in the UK by a specialist bridging lender.

The app contains a number of features including:

  • A simple and easy to use loan calculator enabling users to provide their clients with an indication of the costs and fees associated with a Tiuta bridging loan.
  • The ability to submit an Approval in Principal immediately.
  • A complete case-tracking system, via the Tiuta website, for users to check on how their client’s loans are proceeding.

Steven Nicholas, CEO at Tiuta, says: “We at Tiuta are always looking to make our broker/introducer experience as easy as possible which is why we have launched this new iphone and ipad app.

” To access the app and begin using it immediately, individuals should register and submit their details following which they’ll be provided with all the necessary log-in details.  The launch of this app is the first stage in the development of our app offering and we will be looking to launch on different platforms in the very near future.  In the meantime, we believe this is truly the perfect tool for iphone and ipad-using brokers and introducers who are seeking bridging loans from the UK’s number one specialist bridging lender.” 

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  • Aaron Griggs 24th January 2012 at 4:08 pm

    This is going to be the way forward for all lenders. Social media is taking control of every industry.

    This can only be a good thing.