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Nationwide Agencies Up For Possible Closure

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Not sure how relevant this is to the housing market but it might affect the income of some EAs I guess.

THE future of around 150 Nationwide Building Society agencies is under threat, it was reported yesterday.

The mutual is understood to be considering axing its network of agencies based with firms such as solicitors and estate agents in a move that could impact hundreds of workers.

Nationwide’s agency network trades under the Nationwide banner, as well as the Cheshire, Derbyshire and Dunfermline brands, although counter staff are not directly employed by Nationwide.

The counters operate within firms such as estate agencies, solicitor offices and financial advisory companies, providing basic banking services to local communities that often do not have a dedicated bank branch.

A statement on agency closures could come as soon as Tuesday, a Sunday newspaper reported.

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/business-in-wales/business-news/2010/09/06/nationwide-agencies-up-for-possible-closure-91466-27207295/

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This is going to be day to day basics now....a rout..................& considering i just found 2 "recovering" smack heads outside the local paper shop.....in a house being paid for by US...............its time to pull the rug!

Mike

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