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Digitisation of Conveyancing: Insight

According to the most recently published reports making a startling appearance in the UK’s property industry press, property completions take on average 156 days. Despite a pandemic-induced mini-boom, the housing market started slowing down, and it has become apparent that conveyancing as a process is in dire need of reformation. There seems to be only one solution following the changes…

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Silver Bullet for Estate Agents – WeCOMPLETE

  Amy Simmons, the CEO of WeCOMPLETE talks to David Mintz of Kerfuffle, a property expert with over 24 years of experience, about the updated achievements of WeCOMPLETE, which are breaking barriers of property transactions. Estate agents, conveyancers and mortgage brokers who adopted WeCOMPLETE as their digital conveyancing platform benefit from: 42% faster property completions Fall through rates reduced by…

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Uberisation in Conveyancing: Is it Possible?

Uberisation is perhaps the very last term one would associate with conveyancing and property completions. Yet, with new technology advancements within the legal and proptech space, the term slots in very comfortably indeed. What is uberisation? In short, it’s using technology, such as online and mobile applications, to aggregate and innovate transactions between clients/consumers and providers of a service. The…

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42% Reduction in Completion Times Across All Cases

When the property completion time is going up, is it possible that agents can achieve faster completions when the average is 156 days? More and more estate agents ask themselves what can they do to reduce completion times and turn to technology for answers. But can technology really help? With the progressing and much needed digital transformation of the property…

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Mortgage Lending Predicted To Reach £285bn in 2021

Why is it so important to talk about innovation in the world of remortgaging?  As reported by Financial Reporter, the Intermediary Mortgage Lenders Association, a trade association representing the views and interests of UK mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers, predicts that in 2021 we will hit £285bn in mortgage lending – the highest since 2007. This highlighted an array of…

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