Award-winning conveyancer bucks the trend

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4 September 2013


Advantage Property Lawyers (APL) is announcing continued strong growth, against a backdrop of challenging economic conditions.

APL, a licensed conveyancing practice, was founded in 2009 with 15 staff and has since seen headcount grow by 200%.  At its inception, the firm implemented Eclipse‘s solution to provide a solid and scalable technology backbone.

Proclaim is utilised by all APL staff, providing a centralised desktop toolkit for all property transactions.  Proclaim also provides the practice’s core financial and reporting toolset, enabling instant data retrieval with ongoing monitoring and analysis.

The ethos at APL focuses firmly on service and the provision of a superb client experience.  Despite its youth, the firm has already picked up the ‘Best Small UK Conveyancer’ prize at the Estate Agency of the Year Awards, and regularly features in the Land Registry’s top 50 conveyancers by completion volume.

Figures recently released show a 29% annual turnover increase to £1.51m for 2012. A further uplift of 40% is projected for 2013. Completions for 2013 are expected to increase to 4,000.

Stephen Coupland, Head of Sales & Marketing at APL, comments:

“We are on track to achieve ‘Top 25 Status’ in 2014.  Working with will enable us to increase turnaround times and continue to provide a first class service to both our clients and introducers.”

 



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