New conveyancing platform to be ‘unanimous’ choice for agents

Rello wants to help agents and brokers save valuable time with easy-to-use software that highlights any hold-ups.

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A new conveyancing platform wants to be the ‘unanimous’ go-to place for everyone involved in the homebuying process.

Rello, which features an app, is designed to speed up the sometimes tortuous time it takes for a property transaction to go through.

Its software, including a ‘Move Progression Service’ and ‘Chain View Tool’, offers a more transparent way for agents, conveyancers as well as buyers and sellers, to see where any hold-ups are.

A team of ‘progressors’ are offered as part of the service to help make the process run more smoothly. Also, a ‘Conveyancing Marketplace’ offers an easy way for agents and mortgage brokers to refer their clients to conveyancers.

Rello hopes to integrate with agents’ CRMs in time, as the platform becomes more firmly established.

It promises to facilitate the progression of chains and ‘unlock’ business hours for agents and brokers. By chasing the parties in a home purchase, Rello says it makes it quicker to reach exchange and completion dates, saving weeks of delay.

Oil wheels

Talking to The Neg, Harry Cooke (main pic), Rello’s business development manager, says: “The ultimate goal is to become the platform that’s unanimous for move progression and transparency.

“We are not going to be able to transform the [homebuying] process overnight, but it is about adding oil to the wheels and improving communication,” he adds.

From the company HQ in Haddenham, near Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, Rello first started operating in June this year.

Rello co-founder Andrew Weston was also a founder of conveyancing giant Smoove.

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