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During this month we provided some of the results from the CA’s Lender Survey which offered conveyancers the opportunity to rate the engagement levels they get from a variety of lenders, and to give their views on how we might get a smoother process and reduce the number of post-valuation queries. Below is a link to the press release and a range of coverage it generated.
We also continue to focus on key workstreams for the CA including improving the home buying and selling process through, for example, upfront information, digital ID, etc, and we remain committed to modernising the process, particularly in light of the current delays that are impacting on completion times and the large number of fall throughs that are such a drain on all stakeholders’ resources, time and investment.
This month we have also highlighted the supply-side housing issues that need addressing in a couple of articles, particularly as the Government continues to introduce measures which are likely to boost demand. In September we will have a new Prime Minister, and (most likely) a new Secretary of State covering housing – the CA would like to see supply being a major focus for whoever takes over.
Full details of all coverage in July can be found below:
Free-for-all? The conveyancing debate – with comments from Beth Rudolf
Why everyone in the property market must focus on supply – regular article from Beth Rudolf
Property Natter – why conveyancers should charge more for a better service – mentions Beth Rudolf and CA
Spiralling legal delays and council red tape are costing home buyers thousands – with comments from Beth Rudolf
Record four month wait to buy a house as market is paralysed by ‘broken’ system – comments from Beth Rudolf at the CA
Six months of 2022: a positive reflection – mentions the CA
Post-offer lender queries ‘major drain’ on conveyancing process – CA Lender Survey press release
Political roundabout keeps on turning and supply is still the big issue – Nicky Heathcote blog
National Trading Standards will continue listening to and delivering for agents – mentions the CA
Cutting property transaction fall-throughs vital for market – Beth Rudolf article