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movewithus teams up with Gateway for EPCs

movewithus has chosen Gateway as the sole provider of its Energy Performance Certificates.

National surveying firm Gateway manages panels of surveyors and Energy Assessors – both residential and commercial, on behalf of lending institutions, debt managers, asset managers and HIP providers.

It also manages a nationwide network of affiliated firms alongside its large in-house employed surveyor workforce, Sonas Surveyors.

Marcus Radcliffe, managing director at Gateway, says: “movewithus are one of the leading UK property specialists and so we’re delighted to be working with them to provide the essential Energy Performance Certificate which is required for each property being sold in the UK.

“To be selected to provide them with all of their EPCs for 2010 is a tremendous endorsement of our service and position as a trusted supplier.  We are also panel managers for their asset management valuations and for part-exchange and relocation properties.”

Ian Fletcher, movewithus director, says: “With the movewithus agency network being the largest in the UK with over 1300 offices it is essential that we’re working with the leading suppliers in each and every area of our business. Gateway is already one of the most successful mortgage valuation panel managers and their EPC production both in the residential and commercial sectors is unmatched. We’re very pleased to be working with Gateway and extending our relationship with them.”

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