c2 to withdraw free valuation offer

Botbol, Natalie
July 2006
Mortgage Strategy;7/3/2006, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that C2-Financial will be withdrawing its free valuation offer across its sub-prime range starting July 8, 2006. This move is in preparation for the relaunch of its C55 range. According to C2-Financial managing director Justin Caffrey, many brokers were disappointed at the withdrawal of the C55 range at the end of May 2006, thus the current valuation offer was launched to soften this blow.


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