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Agency joins Allied Dunbar

Northern England based estate agents Reeds Rains is joining the Allied Dunbar franchise network.

Reeds Rains has 137 branches and more than 70 advisers, is the largest agency to join the network, which is about to be renamed the Zurich Advice Network. It currently has 4,700 advisers.

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