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eConveyancer joins forces with the MMC

eConveyancer is now available via The Mortgage Marketing Centre.

This move will allow the MMC to provide its ARs with a link to the eConveyancer online system. eConveyancer provides a way for intermediaries to select and instruct a conveyancer on behalf of their client and then monitor the conveyancer’s progress thereafter.

The eConveyancer panel of solicitors comprises more than 140 firms and 500 conveyancing specialists based throughout the UK. Intermediaries can add local solicitors to the panel as long as they meet eConveyancer’s criteria.

Alan Dring, sales director for eConveyancer, says: “We’re delighted to have been appointed by The Mortgage Marketing Centre and look forward to working closely with its members during the coming months.

“eConveyancer provides intermediaries with the benefits of more efficient business processing, satisfied clients and enhanced levels of income. The Mortgage Marketing Centre’s ARs will be provided with free telephone based training and can be up and running in a matter of a few minutes.”

Paul Platten, distribution and marketing director at The Mortgage Marketing Centre, says: “We are delighted to be cooperating with eConveyancer and offering another valued proposition to our members.”

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