Buyers use app for property search

Buyers use app for property search

05 April 2011 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

Vow Financial has launched an iApp that gives potential home buyers all the information they need to get the best mortgage deal available.

The My Mortgage Kit app comes with a mortgage calculator and allows users to calculate stamp duty in all states and territories; how much they can borrow; home loan repayments; budget planner; loan comparisons; and extra payments calculator.

Also included in the free app are a moving home checklist; document checklist for applying for a loan; a “jargon buster” dictionary of property terms; steps to buying a home; the latest finance news; and the capacity to email all results from their calculations to their computers.

Vow Financial marketing manager Matt Mitchener said the application was a great tool for Australians looking to buy their first home, invest or refinance.

“People working in the mortgage finance industry will also benefit from this innovative tool,” he said.

“It will give all brokers, real estate agents, conveyancers, accountants and others in the industry a tool to use while on the road.”

Staff Reporter

Vow Financial has launched an iApp that gives potential home buyers all the information they need to get the best mortgage deal available.

The My Mortgage Kit app comes with a mortgage calculator and allows users to calculate stamp duty in all states and territories; how much they can borrow; home loan repayments; budget planner; loan comparisons; and extra payments calculator.

Also included in the free app are a moving home checklist; document checklist for applying for a loan; a “jargon buster” dictionary of property terms; steps to buying a home; the latest finance news; and the capacity to email all results from their calculations to their computers.

Vow Financial marketing manager Matt Mitchener said the application was a great tool for Australians looking to buy their first home, invest or refinance.

“People working in the mortgage finance industry will also benefit from this innovative tool,” he said.

“It will give all brokers, real estate agents, conveyancers, accountants and others in the industry a tool to use while on the road.”

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