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1,000 firms sign up to Mortgage Promotions

  • 31/01/2003
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Mortgage network, Mortgage Promotions, has signed up 1,000 firms since its launch in 2001. Nick B...

Mortgage network, Mortgage Promotions, has signed up 1,000 firms since its launch in 2001.

Nick Baxter, director at Mortgage Promotions, noted that with an average of three advisers per firm, 3,000 people now had access to the system. This is seen as a critical mass giving significant buying power with product providers.

The network’s menu has recently been expanded to include an outsourced compliance consultancy service and consumer booklets.


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