QRS – Super-charging your referral network

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2 March 2015


PrintA recent poll reported that 25% of clients were influenced in their decision to instruct a conveyancer by a recommendation from an estate agent.

With QRS, you can build a bigger, broader and better referral network for your conveyancing business in just three easy steps:

  • Offer the free use of QRS to local agents and mortgage brokers to help develop a strong, slick and mutually beneficial referral network
  • Encourage agents to generate bespoke quotes for buyers on demand, in the office or even when viewing a property, via tablet
  • Consolidate referrer relationships with professional follow up of the potential buyer and automatic case inception direct from QRS in the event on instruction

As a fully featured business development platform QRS gives you:

  • A proper framework and process for handling, tracking and measuring incoming calls and conversion rates
  • The ability to respond instantly to any enquiry with a fully automated, bespoke formatted quote, encouraging greater acceptance rates
  • The option to provision ‘self-service’ quotations to customers visiting your website, potentially capturing the client early
  • The opportunity to extend the quotation system to partner estate agents and brokers, enlarging your referral network
  • A wealth of management information, such as conversion rates, time to convert, lost sales, etc, to aid future performance
  • A slick, professional, consistent approach to enquirers, enhancing the initial customer experience and improving the chance of instruction

*Morar Consulting research commissioned by Veyo.

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