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Mortgage customers more web-friendly

Both current account mortgages and buying on the internet are gaining acceptance amongst mortgage holders when considering a new mortgage, according to a survey from market researchers PR3 Mapa.

Two thirds of potential mortgage customers were prepared to consider a current account mortgage, compared to 39 per cent in 1998, when the product first appeared.

Although only 2 per cent of mortgage customers had used the internet to find out about their current mortgage, 26 per cent were planning to surf the web in the search for their next mortgage.

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