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Armed forces get the chance to buy abroad

Conti Financial has teamed up with Forces Financial to offer members of the armed forces, the police and Ministry of Defence employees the chance to buy abroad.

Simon Conn, managing director of Conti, says: “With a vast number of people serving abroad, many are in a position where they would like to settle overseas or simply buy holiday homes.”

Al Voice, managing director of Forces Financial, a provider of financial products to members of the armed forces, says: “A large percentage of our clients are posted overseas so their familiarity with local property markets makes a foreign property purchase a serious consideration.”

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