Foot Anstey strikes up strategic partnership with SearchFlow

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14 October 2014


Goddard: We’re genuinely excited to be at the start of what we hope will be a long-term relationship

Leading regional law firm Foot Anstey is consolidating its conveyancing operation by appointing SearchFlow as sole provider for its residential business. With five offices across the South West – and as one of the UK’s top 100 law firms – Foot Anstey’s priority was working alongside a search and property partner with the capability to support its ongoing growth.

SearchFlow has been brought on to deliver strategic value across Foot Anstey’s practices, through a range of tailored services, in addition to searches, aimed at reflecting SearchFlow’s commitment to making lawyers’ lives easier.

Lianne Goddard, sales director at SearchFlow comments: “We’re delighted to be selected by Foot Anstey as their search partner. Our businesses align around a shared commitment to client service; building convenient solutions whilst delivering strong fundamentals in the right way. We’re genuinely excited to be at the start of what we hope will be a long-term relationship.”

Rebecca Kibby, legal director at Foot Anstey, adds: “We felt a real affinity with the SearchFlow team – in terms of their values, thinking and culture too.  We know that the SearchFlow offer goes beyond searches and will be critical to developing our conveyancing offer through their added-value platforms.  This partnership will ultimately help build our growth strategy over the next few years and take Foot Anstey to the next level.”

 



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