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Zifa mortgage business up 50 per cent

Zifa announces it has doubled its mortgage introduction business this year to £600m from £300m in 1999.

The latest CML figures indicate there has been a decline in mortgage business over the last quarter but this doesn&#39t seem to have affected Zifa.

This is the second year, Zifa has been active in the mortgage introduction market.

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