SearchFlow Launches Data Layers Service For Commercial Transactions

SearchFlow – the UK’s leading provider of conveyancing search solutions – has today announced the launch of a brand new Data Layers subscription service for use in all commercial transactions. It provides property lawyers with access to an easy-to-use, data-rich consultative tool, which offers unrivalled access to a wealth of location-based insights. Using a mobile […]

Conveyancing 2025 & Beyond

Our recent Conference was titled, ‘Conveyancing 2025 & Beyond’, and one of the principal reasons for this is our belief that the next five or 10 years are going to bring a large amount of change to the conveyancing sector. So much so, that the ways in which many conveyancing firms work now may be […]

CA Annual Conference Focuses On Future For Conveyancing Firms

The Conveyancing Association (CA), the leading trade body for the conveyancing industry, has used its Annual Conference to urge member firms to be prepared for significant changes in the future and to consider how their model might need to develop or evolve to cope with these changes. The Conference, which had the theme ‘Conveyancing 2025 […]

Changing Housing Tenure Trends Impacting Retirement

Changes in the present-day housing tenure could have significant implications for older generations in the future. According to the Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) ‘Living Longer: Changes in Housing Tenure Over Time’ article, the changing trends in home ownership could put a huge strain on retirees in the future. Currently, almost three quarters of people […]

Successful Cyber Attack Almost Nets £1m

We’re only into the second month of 2020, and news continues to break of cyber criminals attacking organisations. The latest cyber crime that has hit the headlines has seen Red Kite Community Housing conned out of more than £932,000, after cyber criminals mimicked their domain and email details of known suppliers. This elaborate scam, saw […]

Trading Standards Launch Transparency Survey – Just 7 Days To Respond

The National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSEAT) and the Property Ombudsman launched a survey on Friday evening asking estate agents to discuss the uptake of referral fee transparency rules. Last March, the NTSEAT set clear guidance on how estate agents should inform consumers of any referral fees. The survey will be open […]