Technology that allows you to harness and cultivate data will level the playing field between conveyancing firms in years to come, explains Mark Riddick

The spring of 2015 is busier than ever.
From a financial perspective, we’ve had a lot to celebrate. With record low mortgage rates, a forecast pick-up in housing transactions, and an eagerness among lenders to grow their businesses, the recession is gradually fading
into a distant memory. The time is ripe for conveyancers to pause, survey the scenery, and contemplate how their business and future marketplace will fare.

The average number of transaction volumes hit
a ten-year high in 2014, and despite conveyancing activity falling nearly a quarter (23 per cent) short of the peak period of 2007, we’re a long way on from that dreadful trough w...

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