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GOTO Conveyancing provides online platform to Mortgage Force

by: Chris Menon
  • 30/10/2017
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GOTO Conveyancing provides online platform to Mortgage Force
GOTO Conveyancing is making its online conveyancing platform available to Mortgage Force advisers nationwide.

The platform provides Mortgage Force advisers access to over 600 conveyancing professionals. Every conveyancer on the platform is regulated by either the Law Society or Council For Licensed Conveyancers.

Nigel Hoath, CEO of the GOTO Group, said: Our price promise ensures Mortgage Force brokers and their clients will not only receive excellent service but also the most competitive price for conveyancing. GOTO Conveyancing is the only platform that offers this type of capability for brokers, thereby fully embracing the treating customers fairly ethos.”

Kevin Duffy, CEO of Mortgage Force added:Nigel founded eConveyancer in 2003 and has now launched a new capability that takes conveyancing to another level both for the consumer and broker. We are extremely excited to be launching with GOTO Conveyancing, which will enable our brokers and their clients to benefit from this innovative new platform.”

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