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TMA adds conveyancing partners

The Mortgage Alliance has teamed up with CAL and Easier2Move to offer its members competitive and flexible online conveyancing services.

TMA has linked with CAL and Easier2Move in order to increase its member’s choice by offering comprehensive deals for clients who are purchasing, selling or remortgaging.

Both propositions offer a very competitive broker commission of £150 per case as standard but also offer the additional ability to use this fee flexibly as members can choose to pass on any part of the commission, if applicable, to best suit their clients needs to get an even cheaper conveyancing quote.

CAL provides members with instant access to a panel of top quality specialist conveyancing firms through an easy to use online system. With no annual subscription fees, this service offers members a way to develop a new income stream with ease.

Easier2Move provides members with free access to its top 12 nationwide panel of solicitors who have been hand selected due to their pro-activeness, professionalism and expertise within the conveyancing market. There is no upfront registration required, members will simply receive a call and be registered once they have submitted their first case.

It is simple to register with both firms and then once registered members have easy access through TMA to quote and instruct.

Phil Whitehouse, head of TMA, says: “We are delighted to be in a position to add CAL and Easier2Move to our limited conveyancing panel as they both offer very strong propositions within their field. It has been a strategic decision by TMA to limit this panel as we are committed to offering a customer focused quality service proposition whilst the intermediary can earn valuable income at a time when cross selling products has become increasingly vital for brokers’’

Harpal Singh, managing director of CAL, says: “We are extremely pleased to have been selected as one of TMA’s conveyancing partners. Today, more than ever, mortgage advisors need to maximise all income streams – including conveyancing. But to do so they need an easily accessible, competitive and reliable service. Our solicitors focus on the needs of our intermediaries, and our online platform has also been built with them in mind.”

Karen Babington, sales and marketing director for Easier2Move, adds: “We are delighted to be teaming up with TMA and look forward to a long and profitable working relationship. At E2M, we pride ourselves on the quality of our service which we believe will fit perfectly with TMA’s commitment to their clients. In an increasingly competitive market good service is becoming ever more important and, as such, we look forward to our partnership with TMA, a company that shares this realisation.”


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