London, United Kingdom, May 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- John Candia, CEO at The iProperty Company said, “We are delighted to be associated with World First which offers award-winning customer service and will create yet another opportunity for our users to make significant savings. Not only is this affiliation a good fit for iProperty in terms of business ethos, it also allows us to extend our services to our users everywhere.”
Seth Harvey, Global Head of Partnerships at World First, said, “Through a combination of great rates and our personal level of service, we’ve been helping people save money when making an overseas property purchase since 2004. This partnership means that iProperty Company clients will be able to maximise their savings when buying abroad by avoiding unnecessary and hidden fees.”
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About The iProperty Company - www.theipropertycompany.com also has agreements with other leading property-related service providers including https://www.hometrack.com/, http://www.lcplc.co.uk/ (London and Country Mortgages) http://www.premierpropertylawyers.com/ and https://www.countrywidesigns.com/.
The iProperty Company is free-to-use international property community that allows users world-wide to cut out estate agents fees and deal directly each other. It has thousands of listings in over 20 countries worth over £2.4bn.
About World First - World First is a market-leading, award-winning, rapidly-growing, fun-loving cross-border payments company. Since 2004, World First has transferred more than £60billion for more than 70,000 individuals, businesses and online sellers. It is one the fastest growing Fintech companies in Europe, with an annual growth rate of around 40%, and has offices in the UK, Asia, Australia and the US.
Where money crosses borders, World First can help – whether that’s a private individual purchasing a property overseas, an SME making an international supplier payment, an online seller expanding into overseas markets or an established organisation looking for a partner to offer a cross-border payments facility to its customers.