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TMA launches DA survey

The Mortgage Alliance has launched an online survey aimed at directly authorised brokers, offering them the chance to win a pair of tickets for the British Grand Prix.

In response to difficult market conditions, the impending April deadline for DA firms to extend permissions and concerns over procuration fee payment, TMA is undertaking extensive research to determine what DA brokers need to prosper in the difficult market conditions of 2009.

The results will be used to highlight any potential fears, opening or developments in the market which TMA will look to address in the future.

Members will be receiving direct correspondence from TMA regarding the survey and non-members can log onto the website to enter.

Upon completion of the survey all participants will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win two grandstand tickets for the British Grand Prix held at Silverstone on Sunday 21 June 2009. T

he deadline for entries is midnight on Saturday 28 February and the prize draw will be conducted the week commencing Monday 2 March.

Phil Whitehouse, head of TMA, says: “It is vital to understand exactly what is required, in terms of support and services, to help DA brokers boost income streams and make their lives easier in these turbulent times. The basic concept of the survey is to build a better picture of what brokers actually need to survive and prosper.

“At TMA we greatly value intermediary feedback and, where appropriate, we will integrate this feedback into our offering so that brokers really are receiving added value. We are delighted to be able to offer two lucky participants the unique experience of the British Grand Prix whilst helping to ensure brokers are in pole position to navigate the many twists and turns of the mortgage market.”

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