Just Mortgages teams up with eConveyancer

The partnership gives its advisers access to a panel of more than 70 conveyancing firms

Just Mortgages teams up with eConveyancer

National broker firm Just Mortgages has launched a new panel management partnership with eConveyancer to complement the existing offering of its self-employed and new build brokers.

The partnership, which is via Openwork Conveyancing, gives advisers working under the Just Mortgages brand access to eConveyancer’s panel of more than 70 audited and benchmarked conveyancing firms through its platform.

Features available with eConveyancer include DigitalMove, which brings together key stakeholders in the homebuying and selling process, with a quick and easy digital journey. It also provides access to eConveyancer’s Rapid Remortgage which has been designed to make remortgaging just as quick and convenient as a product transfer. eConveyancer also supports multiple languages, enabling customers to access important documentation in the language that best suits them.

Just Mortgages’ brokers will also be able to choose from an enhanced SpicerHaart Conveyancing option called JM Legal.

The SpicerHaart system uses the eWay case management tool. This technology also provides electronic quote, instruction, and advanced case tracking. The SpicerHaart option includes 10 conveyancers on its panel.

“We’re delighted to launch this new panel management partnership with Just Mortgages,” Karen Rodrigues, sales director at eConveyancer, said.

“We take a rigorous approach to upholding the quality of the eConveyancer panel, which is closely monitored to ensure unwavering high standards, and this ongoing commitment to consistent service is particularly important in the current environment as the volume of property transactions continues to put pressure on conveyancer capacity.”

Rodrigues added that this is especially crucial in new build, where time is often of the essence.

“We know that conveyancing is such an important part of the mortgage process and can play a crucial role in a client’s experience. We, therefore, continue to invest in the ongoing development of eConveyancer to ensure we continue to enhance that experience,” she stated.

Carl Parker (pictured), national director of the self-employed division at Just Mortgages, said that the firm had teamed up with the eConveyancer to smooth out the conveyancing process, which, he said, is an element of the homebuying and advice process that can cause the most stress and headaches.

“This is a valuable expansion of the service and support that our self-employed brokers enjoy as a part of the Just Mortgages family, which should make our advice process more seamless than ever. This makes life easier for our brokers and their clients,” Parker stressed.

“Our ethos is that our brokers are on their own, but not alone, and this is reflected in the training, advice, and guidance that our team provides. We are constantly adding new tools that help them help their clients.”

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