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em- introduces free valuations north of the border

Following the success of the free valuations offer on all sub-prime ranges in England and Wales, em- has introduced an exclusive free valuations offer to the Scottish market.

The free valuations offer in Scotland applies to Right to Buys and remortgages only on sub-prime cases.

Roger Morris, managing director at em-, says: “em- group is currently enjoying an increase in business levels following the introduction of free valuations on all sub-prime ranges in England and Wales.

“The development of a free valuations offer that can be applied to the Scottish market is excellent news and will compliment activities taking place across the entire group.

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