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uno shows Property Buyer Expo how to win at home loans

uno Home Loans took part in the Property Buyer Expo in Sydney recently, showing customers our new refinancing technology that makes it possible to search through some of Australia’s best lenders and get a loan recommendation in around 10 minutes.

What do you get when you mix a kombi van, a barista giving away free coffee, and live demos of uno’s hot new technology? A brilliant three days, that’s what.

uno Home Loans spent the weekend of 7th-9th September at the Property Buyer Expo in Sydney showing customers our refinancing technology that makes it possible to search through some of Australia’s best lenders and get a loan recommendation in around 10 minutes. All from your mobile phone.

(See www.uno.loans and www.uno.loans/buy)

 

We also got to chat to you – our valued customers (and potential customers) – and hear about what’s keeping you awake at night when it comes to buying and refinancing property.

“It was great to meet with first home buyers and tell them about pre-approvals – some of them didn’t know how important it was to get pre-approval before buying property,” said Tiffany Foreman, home loan support. “I was able to connect with people as I’m also looking to buy my first home. You could see when it was all becoming a bit overwhelming for them and it felt good knowing I was helping people.”

Nathan Prosser, uno’s compliance officer, said: “People were very curious about the tech and interested to know how it worked and could help them get a better deal. One of the things that resonated with a lot of people was the fact that they didn’t need to go into a lender or broker and meet someone face-to-face and take a day off work.”

uno’s head of product, Jude Rajkumar said, “Speaking to customers enables us to revise what we do and improve it.”

Thanks to everyone who turned up to show their support for uno!

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This information in this article is general only and does not take into account your individual circumstances. It should not be relied upon to make any financial decisions. uno can’t make a recommendation until we complete an assessment of your requirements and objectives and your financial position. Interest rates, and other product information included in this article, are subject to change at any time at the complete discretion of each lender.

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Hannah Tattersall worked as a journalist in Sydney, New York and Edinburgh before joining uno as its Content Editor. She has written for The Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald, Qantas The Australian Way and In The Black, among other titles, and worked for 21st Century Fox and News Corp. She writes content aimed at buyers, investors, refinancers and anyone interested in the home loan process and welcomes feedback on how we can make uno's content better for you.

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