Now the first deadline of the stamp duty holiday has passed, the property market is reflecting on the last year. While the momentum in the market has sustained so far, the deadline has provided the opportunity for businesses to look back. Many sectors have been affected by the tax break, whether experiencing a spike in demand or adapting business operations. But as many firms reassess how they are running; many are taking the chance to make changes. Although the conveyancing industry has been inundated following the stamp duty holiday and the pandemic, it remains as important as ever to get right. As we continue to leave previous restrictions behind us, opportunities are arising for businesses to make further changes. If you are a mortgage broker, estate agent, or financial advisor looking for a new conveyancing partner, or to reassess your current one, now is the time to do it. We have compiled a list of the key components to consider, to ensure your clients receive the highest level of service.
Although conveyancing referrals may not feel like a top priority, having the right partners in place will enhance the service your business delivers. A conveyancing partner that provides a full, streamlined service to support your clients also removes some of the workload from your plate. You can remove the need for chasing conveyancers yourself by choosing a partner that will do it for you. Speed up the process with a firm that can complete identification and AML checks within minutes instead of weeks. Give your clients peace of mind with a dedicated customer support team to guide them throughout their transactions. Now is the time to re-evaluate what you need from your conveyancing partner and to make changes to benefit your business!
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