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The Exchange launches eConveyancer solution

The Exchange, the leading provider of portal services to IFAs and a key part of the Financial Services Division of Vertex, has partnered with eConveyancer to provide a conveyancing referral service to brokers.

Exweb eConveyancer offers real-time access to the individual conveyancing illustrations of eConveyancer’s network of solicitors, enabling intermediaries to transact conveyancing business via the portal in a quick and efficient manner.

Exweb eConveyancer obtains feedback from clients and brokers after the completion of every case, which is then used to drive the solicitor ratings and testimonial system.

The service offers the facility to add custom solicitors onto the users panel and can search for illustrations based on price performance or distance from their office or the client’s property.

In addition, Exweb eConveyancer’s Summary Price Comparison embraces Treating Customers Fairly ethos.

For each completed case, the individual broker can earn up to 100 for remortgages, sales or purchases, and 200 for combined sale and purchase.

Nigel Hoath, director at eConveyancer, says: “We have based the eConveyancer solution on the same strengths as Exweb.

“It allows intermediaries to source and compare illustrations from leading suppliers in a quick and efficient manner.

“Our partnership with The Exchange will ensure that Exweb’s 21,000 plus subscribers are able to benefit from the solution.”

David Child, managing director at The Exchange, says: “This partnership is yet further evidence of The Exchange’s commitment to provide users with the industry’s most comprehensive package of services.

“Exweb eConveyancer will stand along side the 24 value added services already offered by Exweb as a key services to our users.”

Exweb eConveyancer is free of charge to all Exweb subscribers.


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