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Coreco announces tie-up with Stirling Ackroyd

The Coreco Group has signed an introducer referral agreement with London estate agents, Stirling Ackroyd

Stirling Ackroyd have seven offices, five in London at Bankside, Clerkenwell, Shoreditch, Hackney, Hampstead / St Johns Wood and two overseas.

With another office planned in London in the near future.

Matt Lowndes, managing director of Coreco, says: “We are delighted to be able to announce this relationship which enhances our growing reputation as the go to brokers for mid – high net worth Estate Agents in London. Having built our business on the excellence of our brokers, superior service and the strength of our brand, the partners that we work with share the same high standards and ethos.”


Shadow MPC – April

With the eurozone likely to deliver zero growth, and Spain and Italy struggling, the UK has shown that if left alone it can manage its financial challenges. But to keep our heads above the water it’s wise for the base rate to remain at 0.5%


It has been a welcome return to normality after the madness of Budget week – although arguments are still rumbling on over Stamp Duty for those purchasing in company names, and the tax cut for the wealthy supposedly paid for by a bit of granny bashing.


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  • We are all doomed 5th April 2012 at 9:20 am

    With the state of the market should it not read

    “Coreco announces tie-up with Stirling Ackroyd to get virtually no leads and the ones they do get from reluctant staff, turned down or simply beaten on price by lenders going direct”

    granted, it aint as punchy, but it probably summarises the market today?