SearchFlow launches Conveyancer Community

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23 September 2014


Pickford: Conveyancer Community is an ideal vehicle for constructive dialogue amongst conveyancers

SearchFlow has launched Conveyancer Community, an innovative online forum for like-minded lawyers and conveyancers to communicate with each other via the SearchFlow website.

Accessible to all conveyancers, the forum enables conveyancers to engage with peers, discuss industry developments, share knowledge and ideas, and ask questions about topics affecting the industry; from the effects of MMR and property prices, to Land Registry proposals and energy and infrastructure developments.

“We have harnessed our experience and increasing expertise of digital communications channels to create another first for the conveyancing search industry. Conveyancer Community is an ideal vehicle for constructive dialogue amongst conveyancers,” explains John Pickford SearchFlow’s managing director.

“It’s a resource for conveyancers to ask questions of peers and network through a convenient online platform. Conveyancer Community further demonstrates SearchFlow’s commitment to digital transformation and making lawyers’ lives easier.”

 

 

Visitors to Conveyancing Community can read the forum content and must register online to contribute to the conversations. To sign up, visit: https://www.searchflowuk.co.uk/community/.

 



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