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Mortgageforce in referral deal with Glasgow Solicitors Property Centre

Mortgageforce has formed a referral agreement with Glasgow Solicitors Property Centre.

As part of the deal, GSPC clients will have access to Mortgageforce’s advisers.

GSPC sold over £750m worth of property in 2010 and has a network of over 200 firms.

Mortgageforce Scotland director Harry McGeough says: “This relationship with GSPC will provide significant benefits to those looking to buy or sell property through GSPC especially in a marketplace where professional and impartial mortgage advice and exclusive mortgage solutions have never been so important.”

In May, West Bromwich Building Society agreed in principle to sell Mortgageforce to its existing management. The broker is currently waiting on FSA approval to finalise the MBO.

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