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Mortgages Direct ' the financial services division of tmx Spicer Haart ' is creating 50 new jobs as ...

Mortgages Direct ‘ the financial services division of tmx Spicer Haart ‘ is creating 50 new jobs as a result of expansion within the group, which has also recently signed a correspondent lending partnership agreement with GMAC-RFC. The backing of GMAC will enable Mortgages Direct to offer products with joint branding.

John Wright, correspondent lending manager at GMAC-FRC, said: ‘This provides us with a fantastic opportunity to further strengthen our estate agency distribution at the same time reinforcing our correspondent lending initiatives.’


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