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Do different brokers have access to different rates

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Iloveapplepie Wed 10-Aug-16 11:57:13

I have a broker who I have used for years. This time round he has introduced fees, which I understand is now the norm, however I don't feel that I'm getting a better service or in fact a level of service that's acceptable. If I go elsewhere would a new broker have access to the same deals or even better ones?

Diamogs Wed 10-Aug-16 20:29:57

Depends if they are independent or tied in with a provider.

You want a "whole of market" broker.

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