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Peterson, Kevin
November 2005
Mortgage Strategy;11/21/2005, p52
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A list of evaluated web sites from mortgage brokers in Great Britain is presented. The Mortgage Works Inc. has a disappointing site considering the size of the group. NatWest Mortgage Services has a broker web site but there is no link from the main site or even an inkling that a broker section exists. Newbury Building Society's web site has information on the main range but no intermediary site and no online functionality.


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