Know the conveyancing profession – share your views

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6 June 2016


InfoTrackInfoTrack has announced today that they will be running a series of four short surveys to gather insight into conveyancer’s thoughts on the profession and where it is heading. There is also the chance to win a Samsung Tablet for each survey filled out in the series.

For each of these surveys the focus will be on a key area that are often points of discussion within the profession, these themes are:

  1. The Conveyancing Process
  2. Technology
  3. Change within Conveyancing
  4. Risk Management

To take part in the first survey “The Conveyancing Process” please visit the link below.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TTWR2N8

Upon completion of the four surveys, the results will be analysed and a report will be released on the findings. This should provide a unique overview of the views and predictions of conveyancers – acting as a yardstick for the profession.

Are you focussing on the same priorities as other firms? What do other conveyancers view as high risk threats? What does the future hold in terms of technological advances within conveyancing? – all of these are questions, and many more, are what we hope to reveal.

Each of the surveys in the series take just 5 minutes to complete and all participants will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet.

 



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