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Leading conveyancing firm signs deal with new home-moving service

The deal will help Stipendium become a fully-fledged provider of services to home movers from EPCs to mortgage and now, conveyancing.

Nigel Lewis

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eConveyancer has teamed up with Stipendium to offer customers access to its comprehensive conveyancing services, which is many ways does the job of an estate agent.

Under the partnership, eConveyancer’s panel of more than 50 audited and benchmarked conveyancing firms will be available through Stipendium’s Merge, which lets home-movers access professional services such as getting a mortgage.

Stipendium CEO Christina Melling (pictured) says Merge is designed to meet the growing demand for digital services in the house-buying process. This includes a host of links to other services in addition to conveyancing including mortgage broking, remortgaging, surveys, property search services, home insurance, property valuations and even EPCs.

melling stipendium“The partnership will add value to both organisations by helping customers to select a legal firm to carry out conveyancing for their home move based on their own personal circumstances, criteria and preference, on one platform, and from wherever they are in the UK,” says Melling.

“We are confident that future-proofing the house purchase experience by incorporating technology to facilitate buyer control and certainty will be a welcome advancement in the industry.”

Karen Rodrigues, director of sales at eConveyancer, adds: “Stipendium shares a common goal with us in working towards making homeownership a more streamlined and efficient process. Conveyancing is such an important part of that process, which is why we take a rigorous approach to upholding the quality of the eConveyancer panel and continually developing our technology.”

March 1, 2022

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