SearchFlow announces partnership with Fitzalan Partners

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24 November 2014


Fitzalan Partners is pleased to announce that SearchFlow has been selected as a leading search provider for the firm, which owns In-Deed, Fridaysmove, Homeward Legal and Surveyor Local.

Fitzalan Partners was established in 2011.  Since then its network has completed the conveyancing for nearly 55,000 home buyers and sellers.

Chris Salmon, commercial director for Fitzalan Partners commented: “It is critical that we are able to offer best of breed search options to our panel of conveyancers and solicitors.

“SearchFlow has impressed us with the efficiency of their processes and the quality of their search data.

“Many of our panel members are promoting value added searches in addition to the core searches mandated by mortgage lenders.  SearchFlow’s increasing range of specialist searches offer ever more detailed insights.

“This all adds up to an enhanced service for home buyers and conveyancing solicitors alike.

“We are delighted to be working with SearchFlow and I am confident that this will be a relationship that adds significant value to our conveyancing offering.”

John Pickford, managing director at SearchFlow said, “We’re delighted to be partnering with Fitzalan Partners to deliver their searches. Fitzalan Partners pride themselves on making sure consumers get accurate, quality information and we’ll work in partnership with them to find the innovative solutions they need. I’m looking forward to strengthening and developing our relationship with the Fitzalan Partners team.”

 



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