The purchase value for an insurance agency or brokerage firm is expected to drop in 2008 as soft market pressures continue and as supply-and-demand dynamics shift to benefit buyers, an agency consulting firm said last week.

Cleveland-based Marsh, Berry & Company Inc. released a 2008 state of the industry report predicting that prices for the majority of agencies and brokerage firms will begin to stabilize.

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