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Paradigm adds L&E to conveyancing panel

Paradigm Mortgage Services has added London & European to its conveyancing panel.

The link up means that Paradigm members will now have access to L&E’s Complete Conveyancing product.

Complete Conveyancing is a web-based conveyancing and panel management system for remortgages, sales and purchases.

The system links borrower to broker to lender to conveyancer to estate agent as part of an online management system that sets target completion dates upon instruction for remortgages, and gives brokers timely information to help manage the client accordingly.

For the first time the Complete Conveyancing system allows fully integrated electronic data transfer through a choice of PDF and Excel in any direction, allowing for simple and transparent data transfer between all parties.

John Coffield, head of Paradigm, says: “Paradigm members now have a number of options available to them and we are sure they will benefit from L&E’s experience in this market and its Complete Conveyancing system.

“The PMS proposition continues to grow and evolve, and with partners such as L&E we can deliver real value and a true partnership for all those involved with Paradigm. “

Christopher Taylor, chief executive officer of L&E, adds: “Complete Conveyancing has been designed to break down the barriers to doing business. It is quick and simple to use – brokers don’t even need to register to get a quote – and it only takes two minutes to submit an instruction.

“Paradigm’s members can now access what we believe is the new gold standard in online conveyancing and take advantage of a new revenue generating tool.”


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