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UCB Homeloans updates website

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  • 05/06/2003
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Following an increase in online business, UCB Home Loans has revamped the look and functionality of...

Following an increase in online business, UCB Home Loans has revamped the look and functionality of its intermediary website. The site has an online agreement in principal (AIP) facility, a mortgage repayment calculator and an interactive house price calculator. Literature and product information pages are also available, as well as a new further advance section.

Mark Saddleton, head of business development at UCB Home Loans, said: ‘We have seen a dramatic increase in the number of online AIPs. In March 2003, 50% of all AIPs were submitted online.’ A website competition with the chance to win £1,500 worth of holiday vouchers has been launched in conjunction with the relaunch of the site. Details are available at www.ucbhomeloans.co.uk.


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