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New ‘DIY’ time-saving conveyancing service launches

Start-up 'YouConvey' is offering a service that hopes to speed up sales by allowing home movers to take control of the conveyancing process themselves.

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If you’ve ever thought you could do better than a traditional solicitor or conveyancer to process a sale, now’s your chance. Start-up ‘YouConvey’ has just launched a new service that hopes to speed up sales by allowing home movers to take control of the conveyancing process themselves.

By completing admin tasks often assigned to conveyancing teams, home movers can reduce the time for their particular transaction considerably, and the amount of stress they experience during the process, says YouConvey.

YouConvey customers will be given access to all the necessary documentation they need to complete on day 1 of their transaction. They will still be able to rely on professional support for all the legal aspects of the transaction from regulated conveyancers but with the added assistance of specialist ‘Home Mover Advisors’ who will guide them throughout the process and help them feel more engaged in the process.

YouConvey has been founded by experienced conveyancing professional, Eddie Goldsmith (pictured), who has worked in the industry for over 40 years. Commenting on the launch he said, “By providing our customers with direct access to property documentation and with the help of our Home Mover Advisors, we are looking to improve the customer experience, reduce the timescales of a typical transaction and work better with all the stakeholders in what is generally accepted as an extremely stressful experience for home movers.

“We will be able to significantly reduce the time between offer and exchange by working with all the parties collaboratively to shorten what is an unnecessary long and protracted process.”

The company is co-founded with tech start-up company Nova who have helped the company raise the necessary investment for development and launch.

Nova’s CEO, Andy Davidson, explained why Nova decided to co-found YouConvey, “When you have founders with as much experience in a sector as Eddie, it’s always a very interesting proposition. Through Nova’s Leanstack process, we discovered that there was a problem with the conveyancing sector that could be solved with an innovative new platform. We’re delighted that YouConvey has received SEIS funding to cofound this venture and look forward to developing it over the next 9 months.”

To date, Nova has invested in more than 80 businesses, generating over £100 million in shareholder value from its startups and creating over 200 new jobs. YouConvey is expected to launch its first demonstrative platform in 2022.


March 10, 2022

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