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MT says Century 21 deal has gone down well

The Mortgage Times Group says the exclusive alliance it formed with Century 21 has received a massive response from members looking to extend their business with estate agency franchising.

The alliance, formed late in April, enables members of Mortgage Times to either be placed into a Century 21 office, or have business introduced by an estate agent representative.

Century 21 will also be given the option of recruiting their own broker who will integrate into the Mortgage Times Group network.

Chris May, director of The Mortgage Times Group, says: “We’re delighted with the success we have seen so far from intermediaries looking to expand their offering and looking for leads at the first point of contact.

“We hope to build significant ties with our members, particularly those with shop fronts, and form vital links that can increase their levels of business extensively.”

Stuart White, managing director of Century 21, says: “Joining forces with The Mortgage Times Group has allowed Century 21 to accelerate its estate agency network of offices throughout the United Kingdom.

“The natural synergy between the two organisations is evident, and The Mortgage Times Group’s motivation and growing presence in the UK marketplace matches the aims and aspirations of Century 21’s expansion strategy perfectly.”

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