New Technology To Thrust Property Deals Into the Digital Age

New Technology To Thrust Property Deals Into the Digital Age

A brand new digital, end-to-end property completion platform, which will see a dramatic reduction in the time spent processing sales, is poised to launch in the UK.

WeCOMPLETE is the first software of its kind to co-ordinate the work of both legal teams and estate agents, and the only product capable of streamlining the completion process on any property transaction, for all sellers and buyers.

Unlike other tools, WeCOMPLETE is a truly end-to-end solution, with the whole of the completion process managed digitally through the unique software. This includes new business generation, quoting, client onboarding, anti-money laundering checks, proof of funds, lender integration, property searches, queries, certificates, forms, document filing, e-signature, payment collection, invoicing and all communications between all parties.

As a result, the innovative SaaS platform makes it possible for legal teams to realise fees in a much shorter timeframe and consistently provide the highest standard of services and transparency to clients.

“Despite a number of attempts to modernise the process, property purchases are still frequently subject to lengthy delays. This is because technology until now has only aided small parts of the process, effectively creating more work. Our platform, on the other hand, can be used to case manage end to end, or assist where required, helping legal teams reduce effort and increase efficiency simultaneously.”

Said Amy Simmons, CEO of WeCOMPLETE.

The platform integrates quickly and easily into legal teams’ own websites, with all WeCOMPLETE products available in a white label format. This makes it simple and cost-effective for conveyancing teams to generate new business and gain instructions directly from their site. It also enables solicitors to compete for cases locally and nationally via a comparison quoting tool connected directly into partner agents’ websites.

Instruction is fully automated, and payment on account is securely collected through the system. Contractual documents can also be uploaded securely to WeCOMPLETE, sent to external parties for electronic signature, and are instantly filed within the case profile when returned. With all activity conducted through the platform, a property logbook is naturally formed.

WeCOMPLETE also provides legal teams with the ability to communicate with other legal teams, clients and interested parties in real time via an array of in-built communication tools, such as instant messaging and audio and video conferencing.

A suite of varied permissions enables relevant parties to assist or comment on a case, enabling them to follow the conversation between the teams, while a simple calendar system makes it easy to see when an action is likely to take place and when it is complete. This delivers a level of transparency to the buyer and seller they have not previously had.

These tools eliminate time-consuming postal, phone and email communications, while encouraging transparency and efficiency, and, critically, protects clients’ privacy.

Other parties involved in the chain – the legal and agent team on the other side of the deal and their client – can be invited to track the progress of a case through WeCOMPLETE, further improving the information flow and trust between all parties.

WeCOMPLETE encourages estate agencies to become an active part of the property completion, by uploading the property details, EPCs or aiding in communication throughout the case. The platform rewards agents financially for their services, crucially eliminating the need for any referral fee.

Simmons added:

“Despite innovative technologies being successfully embraced elsewhere in the property sector, the completion process often remains inefficient and unsatisfactory for all involved.

“This is because the completion process is inherently complex, particularly when long chains are involved, which has made it extremely difficult to develop a solution that works for any transaction.

“Offering speed, efficiency and seamless communication from quote to completion, WeCOMPLETE has been meticulously designed to tackle this complexity, and make a tangible difference to property professionals and their clients, regardless of the nature of the transaction”

WeCOMPLETE will be fully operational and available to all legal teams UK-wide this autumn.

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Jennifer van Deursen

Jen is the Senior Media Officer for Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate  and Today’s Family Lawyer.

Having gained a degree in Multimedia Computing, Jen fell into a content role after successfully applying for a job at Cheshire Police. During her 6-year service, she took on the role as personal Press Officer under the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire and worked in the busy press office for the force.

Jen has experience in the marketing and communication sphere, which stems from her time in the public sector, private care sector and now here at the Practical Vision Network, where she can utilise her skills and challenge herself further.

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  • Why not just abolish chains?

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