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Myhomemove confirmed as UK’s largest conveyancer in 2012

Myhomemove has been confirmed as the UK’s largest conveyancer in 2012 based on data from the Land Registry.

The conveyancer says it is moving towards trebling its size by 2016 and it is looking to employ a further 60 staff in 2013.

Myhomemove chief executive Doug Crawford says: “2012 was a phenomenal year for myhomemove; we smashed all previous targets for completions and profit and also laid the foundations for the next phase of the business. Our plans for growth are going to challenge the status quo in conveyancing with even greater focus on putting our customers at the heart of what we do by delivering a trusted, values-based service.

“Having completed over 100,000 mover cases since the credit crunch, it’s refreshing that so many Solicitors, Conveyancers and other staff are keen to join what they often describe as the ‘future of conveyancing’.”


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