Significant growth of non-standard market forecast

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More modular homes, climate change plus increased sales of high performance cars will lead to "unprecedented, dynamic growth in the non-standard market," according to a report from Prestige Underwriting.

Prestige Underwriting, which recently announced it would be offering non-standard home insurance with Tesco, commissioned Finaccord to assess the non-standard market and its growth prospects from 2023

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