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Spicerhaart becomes AR of L&G Network

Estate agency group Spicerhaart has joined Legal & General Network as an appointed representative on a long-term contract.

Spicerhaart offers a range of integrated property services including sales, lettings, mortgages, insurance, surveying and conveyancing through its High Street brands Darlows, Felicity J Lord, FINE, haart, Haybrook and Spicer McColl.

L&G Network’s managing director Duncan Crocker says: “The decision by Spicerhaart to choose L&G Network is an endorsement of the rounded model that we operate and this is likely to be the most significant new partnership established in this space in 2012. We are very excited about the long term growth based nature of this alliance.”

Spicerhaart’s chief executive officer Paul Smith says: “There is really only one major player when it comes to the mortgage and protection sector in the UK and that is Legal & General.  Their products, their people and the quality of their advice are industry leading and make an ideal fit for Spicerhaart and its customers.”

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  • kerry williams 13th September 2012 at 8:02 pm

    .. “there is really only one major player ” …. what tosh. check out just how many businesses have left the bullying world of l & g in the last few years ….

  • Tom Cleary 13th September 2012 at 11:05 am

    I assume that Spicerhaart will now be selling BP (loaded) premiums? Treating Customers Fairly? Don’t make me laugh! I can’t wait for someone to justify making their clients pay more for their protection just so they can earn more commission…