Landmark receives double honour at BUILD’s Real Estate and Property Awards

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31 January 2017

Landmark Information Landmark Information, the property, land and environmental data specialist, is proud to announce it has received two awards at the latest BUILD Real Estate and Property Awards.

The company has received the ‘Best for Property Risk Assessment Reports – UK’ award acknowledging the impressive range of reports that the company provides to property solicitors in support of the conveyancing due diligence process.   Landmark’s Estate Agency Services team also received ‘Most Innovative Property Valuation Platform’ for the recently launched SmartVal service, which provides estate agents with a new lead-generation tool for their websites, while at the same time providing consumers with a valuable property valuation service.

Commenting on the awards, Rob Phillipson, ‎Sales & Product Director at Landmark Information said: “It is very satisfying to be recognised for our latest service innovations at the Real Estate and Property Awards.  Our RiskView Residential and Commercial reports and SmartVal have brought to market next-generation services that benefit clients in both the legal conveyancing space and estate agency sector to the ultimate benefit of homebuyers. I would like to congratulate our team in delivering the products, which are being widely acknowledged as best-in-class across the property industry.”

Phil Natusch, Managing Director of Landmark Estate Agency Services added: “The SmartVal team is really excited to win at the Real Estate and Property Awards.  SmartVal is a reliable instant valuation tool that is designed to turn an agency’s web traffic into real leads, and we’re as delighted as our clients are with the business we’re helping to generate for them.”

For more information on the range of reports that are available visit: or telephone 0844 844 9966.

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