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The CA launched its annual lender survey this month – a chance for all conveyancing practitioners to give their views on where the industry can collaborate further to help improve both the mortgage and conveyancing process.
Previous iterations of the survey, and the results they generated, enabled the CA to work with an array of property industry stakeholders and it is hoped that this version does exactly the same.
We continue to push a number of our key workstreams via the media, in the form of highlighting the benefits of upfront information but also, in a wider sense, in terms of the collaboration required within our sector to improve the home buying and selling process. Beth Rudolf’s article in Estate Agent Today focuses on this while we also highlight the key part played by technology, the benefits it can deliver to create wider industry buy-in around.
Full details of all coverage in June can be found below:
98 per cent of consumers want upfront buying information – article from Beth Rudolf
PropTech Today – Let’s get moving with digitising the upfront information agenda – mentions the CA
Today’s Conveyancer: from Diamond to Platinum – mentions the CA
‘Collaborative’ conveyancing proptech secures new funding – mentions the CA
Rowlinsons Solicitors strengthens management team – mentions Tom Parkinson and the CA
The art of collaboration – why it can help benefit the home buying and selling process – article from Beth Rudolf
Industry leaders: BASPI “all about using technology as an accelerator” – comments from Beth Rudolf
Industry veteran reveals why conveyancers ‘fob-off’ agents – mentions the CA
Summertime – is the living easy? Regular monthly blog from Nicky Heathcote
Government should prioritise homebuying process improvements and leasehold reform – regular article from Beth Rudolf