The resource is geared up specifically with property investors in mind.
Visitors to The Money Centre website will be able to take advantage of walkermorris OnLine's e-based, extended-hours conveyancing service, where communication is made via phone, e-mail, fax or post and your case progress can be tracked on walkermorris OnLine's website.
Electronic management of information and dedicated case handlers mean that clients are given regular updates and quicker turnaround. Every client has a fixed fee guarantee and no completion – no fee, making budgets easier to manage.
Lynsey Scrivener, head of marketing, says: “The Money Centre make purchasing or re-mortgaging a buy-to-let property as hassle free as possible; using an online conveyancer can reduce the time to complete even further.”
David Duckworth, chief executive of walkermorris OnLine, says: “We are delighted to be working with an innovative organisation such as The Money Centre. Our e-based service and proactive approach will complement the high service standards of The Money Centre and its vision for the development of its business. Both organisations are committed to using the latest technology with sophisticated processes to achieve exceptional service for their clients.”
An Aston Martin experience, health spa trips, a Spy Games experience and a VIP theatre trip and dinner were just some of the items under the hammer at an auction presided over by Bid-Up.tv star Mark Rise, at The Money Centre's second annual Charity Ball.
Held recently at the Hilton Hotel in Norwich, the Charity Ball attracted more than 160 guests to the black tie event which had a James Bond theme. The auction and raffle raised in excess of £6,500 for two local charities, the East Anglia Air Ambulance and the East Anglia Children's
Organised and hosted by The Money Centre's PR executive Victoria Lake, the ball was attended by local and national names from the financial industry together with other businesses, many of which work with The Money Centre. Guests represented organisations including Xbridge, NatWest, GMAC RFC and Mortgage Express. The event was filmed by Shine TV for a documentary on the working British, commissioned by Sky Television.