SearchFlow to offer best PI Insurance on the market

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15 August 2016


Searchflow 200x200SearchFlow has launched its new enhanced terms and conditions, which among other benefits, provides professional indemnity insurance of £15 million, the greatest value available on the market.

In addition to market leading cover, SearchFlow will deal directly with any claims that may arise, removing any chain of liability, and negating the need for clients to ever claim at the source of error of any of our third party data and search providers.

The new terms and conditions are available for all residential and commercial transactions and to any SearchFlow client regardless of the number of searches ordered.

The enhanced terms and conditions also apply for all purchasers who rely on searches placed and shared in a secure sharing file environment, prospective purchasers that are recipients of searches supplied by the seller prior to a sale, and anyone who utilises the searches, such as third party investors Greg Bryce, managing director of SearchFlow, comments: “We are committed to offering our clients the best service in the market.

“Working in partnership with our insurance providers, we are delighted to be able to offer this extremely competitive offering. When we are talking to prospective clients it is concerning that many are not aware of the level of cover available in the market place and settle for something that could potentially leave them vulnerable to great losses due to insufficient cover.”

If you are interested in our enhanced terms & conditions please contact Hema Hirani on 01732 877774 or email hema.hirani@searchflow.co.uk



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