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Synchronisation: the next step in digitalising conveyancing? – Chadbourne

The word innovation has undoubtedly become a buzzword over the course of the last few year...

  • Dec 01, 2023
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Atom Bank’s Wilson joins open property data exec committee

Helen Wilson, chief operating officer of Atom Bank, has joined the Open Property Data Asso...

  • Oct 17, 2023
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The house transaction process needs bringing into this century – Bamford

I read a comment recently about how the autumn period is traditionally a busy one for the ...

  • Sep 20, 2023
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‘Interest-only should only be considered if necessary’ ‒ Star Letter 01/09/2023

Each week Mortgage Solutions and its sister title, Specialist Lending Solutions, pick the ...

  • Sep 01, 2023
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Let’s not waste another opportunity to reform the transaction process – Rudolf

When it comes to pivotal moments in the financial history of this country, 2007-2008 is go...

  • Aug 30, 2023
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Pexa joins Open Property Data Association as executive member

Digital property exchange platform Pexa has become an executive member of the Open Propert...

  • Aug 03, 2023
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UK Finance and BSA join govt steering group to digitalise property market

UK Finance, the Building Societies Association (BSA) and Propertymark are among a conglome...

  • Aug 01, 2023
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The right conveyancing partner can bring advisers real rewards in a slow market – Rudolf

When it comes to purchase activity in the housing market, we as stakeholders – adviser, ...

  • Jul 26, 2023
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Nearly seven in 10 properties listed this year sold – TwentyCi

The housing market has displayed its strength as 68 per cent of homes listed this year hav...

  • Jul 19, 2023
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Residential transactions in May drop to lowest point in nearly two years – HMRC

There were 80,020 residential transactions completed in the UK in May, which was the lowes...

  • Jun 30, 2023
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