The Moving Hub hires three BDMs

The Moving Hub has appointed three national business development mangers and two paralegals.

The new BDMs will be spread across the country, based in the South East, East Anglia and the Midlands.

The Moving Hub, a conveyancing platform and case management system, says that the new hires are due to it seeing a 400 per cent growth in intermediary and estate agent action in the last six months.

The Moving Hub chief executive Peter Joseph says: “It is clear that intermediaries and estate agents are recognising the benefits attached to technology and are realising the value of working with tech partners who can save them time, better support their service standards/client expectations and generate additional income.

“With our platform allowing so much of the conveyancing process to be done online, we are seeing completion times way below the UK average, especially on remortgages which are being concluded in days rather than weeks.”

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