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Positive Solutions teams up with Goldsmith Williams

Direct conveyancing firm Goldsmith Williams has been appointed to provide conveyancing support to members of the UKs largest national IFA firm, Positive Solutions.

Goldsmith Williams will provide the 1700 partners of Newcastle based Positive Solutions with a range of conveyancing services.

Partners will have access to its online system, GW Live, a remortgage service with a seven day completion guarantee and a fixed fee (which includes all standard disbursements and VAT) and a free fee conveyancing deal which gives brokers an alternatives to lenders own fee free schemes.

David Shortt, corporate services director at Goldsmith Williams, says: “We’re delighted to have launched with Positive Solutions at their national conference which took place yesterday. We guarantee to provide partners with a fast and efficient service and a valuable additional source of income.”

Paul Rignall, mortgage manager at Positive Solutions, says: “I am very impressed with the range of services on offer from Goldsmith Williams, particularly GW Live which gives members the ability to instruct and track cases online. I’m sure our working relationship will be a great success and look forward to working with the team at Goldsmith Williams during the months ahead.”

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