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MyHomeMove launches conveyancing service

  • 11/12/2001
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A new conveyancing service, which targets financial and mortgage advisers, has been launched that of...

A new conveyancing service, which targets financial and mortgage advisers, has been launched that offers home movers an alternative to traditional solicitors and conveyors.

MyHomeMove Conveyancing has been developed by The Move Factory to help make clients’ home moves and remortgages quicker, easier and less stressful by using the internet and email to keep all parties informed and avoid delays.

David Harbour, sales director of The Move Factory, said: ‘In order to make life simpler, more efficient and cost-effective we have identified the key log-jams in the buying and selling process.’

Unique features include access to experts seven days a week and out-of office-hours, online real time quotes and case tracking, and ‘no move no fee’ guarantees. The service uses specialist property lawyers to control the process, undistracted by other types of legal work. The work is not panel managed.

An arrangement fee is provided for each introduction an adviser provides that results in a completed transaction.

Harbour said: ‘The aim is to eliminate red tape and delays and make the process as simple and easy as possible for the customer, as well as give professionals access to a customer service advantage.’


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