Calling all conveyancers: Future Climate Info’s residential environmental reports available now

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13 December 2017

Thames Water Property SearchesWe are pleased to inform our conveyancer customers that Future Climate Info’s innovative suite of residential environmental reports are available from Thames Water Property Searches.

The fully compliant reports analyse key data on contaminated land, flood, ground stability, as well as energy and infrastructure.

We are confident that our customers will find the reports excellent value for money and beneficial to their practice.

For instance:

Risks and recommendations are clearly summarised

Important information is clearly and concisely presented on the first page

Not just problems, but solutions as well

Where risks are identified, FCI has teamed up with industry experts to offer affordable, next step solutions

Each report is on average 10 pages

FCI reports interrogate all key data sets but only present the most relevant information

FCI is regulated by RICS and the reports are fully compliant with Law Society guidance (and Practice Notes) in screening for Environmental and Flood. Furthermore, clients are fully protected. Passed residential searches come with contaminated land remediation protection up to £100,000 for 6 years, while reports are backed by £10 million Professional Indemnity Insurance.

Geoff Offen, Managing Director of Future Climate Info, comments: “We’re absolutely delighted to be working with Thames Water Property Searches and contributing to the comprehensive range of searches which they provide to conveyancers.

FCI strive to offer better value for clients and to remove risk, solve problems and consign conveyancer’s frustrations to the past so they can move property transactions forward in confidence.”

How to order

Our customer experience team has been thoroughly trained to advise conveyancer customers about which FCI products are best for their clients.

The reports are divided into Essential, Standard, and Premium with standardised data modules to ensure consistency across each report as well as Flood or Energy & Infrastructure reports available as stand-alone products.

To speak to our Customer Service Team about FCI’s new products call: 0845 070 9148 or visit: today.

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