A Modest Development

It wasn’t so long ago that black and white television was the norm, and to contact someone by telephone you had to call one that was in the room where they’d hopefully be when you rang. Then colour television was the rage, at least until people got used to watching their favourite shows in the new format. And somewhere along the line, mobile phones came along, and it became easier to speak to the person you wanted, rather than making the phone ring in a house they’re not actually in.

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Only the best conveyancers are in touch

What is it that a conveyancer does? Well, there’s the special knowledge that conveyancers have about the way that house purchases are conducted. And the ability to navigate that system on behalf of clients, including interaction with estate agents with who they share insider information. It’s also vital that the tasks stemming from all this are done in a thorough and timely fashion.

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Glasnost

A lot of what conveyancers do boils down to one thing: communication. Yes, there’s all kinds of specialist knowledge required about the processes involved in a purchase, but all of that knowledge exists within the context of sharing the information involved between the parties concerned in a timely fashion. Do that, and the wheels run smoothly, and all is as it should be

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A conveyancing metaphor, with extra cheese

Imagine that if you wanted to buy a pizza, other people might be interested in it and willing to pay more for it than you. Being hungry, and having a family to feed, you’re willing to part with an extra few pounds to ensure that the children get something to eat. Suppose though, that instead of being given the pizza in exchange for your cash, you’re introduced to someone who says they’ll take care of the paperwork involved, and once it’s approved, release the pizza when your cash is transferred to them. Oh, and there’s another person involved too - the one who takes your money and promises to look after it until the papers are signed.

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Responding to the Challenge of Bulk Conveyancing Services

The rise in conveyancing services that are predicated on bulk processing for a fixed price is clearly attractive to house buyers. And it’s a potential threat to conveyancers who work in the traditional way, and are prepared for the variations that occur from one purchase to another, and the implications they can have for the details of a particular transaction.

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