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Select launches free valuation offer

The Select Partnership is offering free valuations on sub-prime products for properties valued up to 300,000 to celebrate the launch of its newly-designed website.

This special offer will run alongside the current arrangement from March 12 with a standard non-refundable application fee of 99.

Shaun Vickery, managing director of the Select Partnership, says: Our success has been driven by our ability to harness technology such as our bespoke online case tracking system, FOCUS, whilst still ensuring huge concentration is given to providing an excellent personal service.

We are distinguished from our competitors in the highly skilled way our personnel assemble clients mortgages.

Every case is important to us. Our case managers are highly trained and are mostly recruited from within, having trained under an experienced member of staff.

“In short, we provide the service others only talk about.


Business Mortgage Expo reveals record numbers

Clarion Events has revealed that 122 exhibitors have signed up for the upcoming Mortgage Business Expo 2007, a rise of over a third than at the same time last year.Mortgage Business Expo saw 5,822 visitors in 2006, as audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulation, making the event the largest financial intermediary show in the […]

Free compliance checks from MT

The Mortgage Times Group is offering brokers who visit its business development forums free compliance health checks. The checks include threehour visits by representatives of the MT compliance department with immediate feedback and a critique of a firms’ training and competence procedures.

Fun Stuff

What’s your favourite restaurant? Osteria Basilica in Notting Hill is all that a good restaurant should be. It brings back a lot of good memories for me, too, as I took my wife there on our first date. What’s the most you’ve ever spent on dinner for two? About £300 at Zuma in Knightsbridge. It […]

TCF should flow through a business

For my company, TCF starts with product design which ensures fairness throughout the business and all brokers should be thinking along the same lines, says Drew Wotherspoon


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