Next week we have the 2024 CA Annual Conference and Charity Dinner taking place in…
July was a month when the housing market was thrust back into the political agenda, with the Conservative Government reiterating its house-building commitments for this Parliament and also suggesting other ways it might address the current supply/demand imbalance.
In the conveyancing space, July was also a month in which the growing support for Upfront Information appeared to manifest itself and you’ll see a number of articles below from various sources, including the CA itself, looking at how it does work, why it should work, and what it will take to get the full benefits from more firms and stakeholders embracing it.
We would draw your attention to the Today’s Conveyancer story of the 21st July – link below – which is asking the conveyancing sector for their views on this highly important area. Please, if you have the time, give your thoughts.
Full details of all coverage in July can be found below:
No brainer? Upfront material information ‘best way to improve conveyancing’ – Article mentions the CA
Introducing Top 3 tips: How to drive material change – the next session in tm: tv series – mentions Beth Rudolf
Upfront information: ‘Someone needs to grab control of it and sort it out’ – Article mentions the CA
Upfront material information is a huge opportunity – here’s why – contributions from Beth Rudolf and mentions the CA
Opportunities for individual firms to push their own business envelope – regular blog from Nicky Heathcote
Have your say on the future of upfront information – Article mentions the CA and Beth Rudolf
Blog: Duplication of tasks is wasting time for home buyers – article from Beth Rudolf
The right conveyancing partner can bring advisers real rewards in a slow market – article from Beth Rudolf
Building safety: CA guidance ‘a strong starting point in understanding what’s at play’ – article from Beth Rudolf