When was the last time your firm increased your conveyancing fees?

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26 April 2016


tmgroup logo 200Half of conveyancing firms have increased their fees over the past 6 months, a tmgroup survey has revealed.

The survey, conducted throughout the first part of 2016 by leading property and data provider tmgroup, asked conveyancers: “When was the last time your firm increased your conveyancing fees?”

It was revealed that 50% of firms surveyed had increased their fees within the previous 6 months and 80% had done so within the previous 2 years.

However, for 17% of firms it had been more than 2 years since they last increased their conveyancing fees and 3% said they had reduced them instead.

The subject of pricing is something of a hot topic in the conveyancing industry at the moment so tmgroup are on a mission to help conveyancing firms claim what is rightfully theirs in this respect, with a new events programme called ‘Because You’re Worth It’. The free events aim to help you analyse your firm from the ground up before rebuilding your approach to marketing so you can harness the potential that lies within and set your fees at the correct level.

Sales & marketing director at tmgroup, Ben Harris said:

“We are really pleased to announce these special events which will help conveyancers understand how to communicate their unique selling points better. With a really interesting selection of topics and a range of expert speakers to be announced shortly, we know that this programme is going to give conveyancers the confidence and knowledge they need to market – and price – themselves the way they should.”

Book your place

Because You’re Worth It | Conveyancing CPD

Birmingham – Wednesday 22nd June

Bristol – 23rd June



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