Numbers up for search supermarket ETSOS

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4 February 2013


Conveyancing search supermarket ETSOS is celebrating its third birthday with a triple whammy that underscores its continued success in what remains a tough market.

It reports that it now has 10% of the top 100 conveyancing firms, and 20% of the top 200, with those share figures helping to propel ETSOS to 43% annual growth in 2012. It has extended its already industry-topping product range to over 500 specialist reports, surveys and insurances, in addition to an unrivalled choice of personal and official searches for all 348 local authorities. And as the icing on the cake, it has just celebrated processing its 250,000th product.

Managing director Phil Natusch is delighted to be able to offer up a good news story. “No-one is under any illusions that it is still very tough out there and that both law firms and suppliers are having to work very hard to make headway. We feel that we’ve come a very long way in a relatively short space of time. We have achieved this by delivering new levels of choice, excellent customer service and a competitive advantage to conveyancers of all sizes. It’s a very happy third birthday to us!”



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