Jackson Canter puts customers first with SearchFlow support

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12 September 2014


Liverpool-based law firm, QualitySolicitors Jackson Canter, is consolidating its conveyancing operation and has enlisted support from leading conveyancing search provider, SearchFlow.

The law firm recently appointed seasoned conveyancer Angela Hesketh (CILEX) as head of property in a bid to strengthen and grow the company’s conveyancing proposition. Angela’s priority is for her team to deliver customer service excellence, calling on the experienced team to differentiate the business through transparent procedures and effective customer communication.

QualitySolicitors Jackson Canter now conducts all commercial and residential searches through SearchFlow, including environmental, infrastructure, ground stability and flood. This enables QualitySolicitors Jackson Canter to provide customers with fully compliant due diligent searches during the property transaction.

Angela explains: “Offering the best service to our customers is our number one priority. We put a strategy in place and, as we were in need of a more efficient service from our search provider, this was the first thing we looked at changing.”

“I was one of the first people to use SearchFlow when it launched and have used them throughout. We have a dedicated, approachable account manager there and they offer a great service, an easy to use system, realistic turnaround times and provide quality property information. This complements our business so that, in turn, we can offer a better service to our customers and will help us as we develop our team.”

Lianne Goddard, sales director, comments: “We’re delighted that Angela has continued to work with SearchFlow as service is as critical to us as it is to Jackson Canter. We constantly listen to what our customers need in order to make their lives easier and have adapted our services and offering to suit them. It’s great to hear that Angela and her team are seeing the benefits.”

 



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