With referral fees coming under the spotlight, the Council of Licensed Conveyancers recommending more transparency and the HomeOwners Alliance calling for a ban on selling conveyancing to buyers, The Partnership reinforces the importance of agents focusing on getting deals through rather than relying on the promises of additional revenue streams from panel management companies.
Our revolutionary new portal, Agent Intelligence, enables agents for the first time, to see the impact of the client’s choice of lawyer on the outcome of a case.
Agent Intelligence is the first solution to deliver on the promise of a live and completely transparent view of success rates and transaction times. It also offers instant access to the different stages of the case to help agents drive accountability and progress.
Ensuring that clients instruct an effective conveyancer has never been more important. However, identifying which conveyancers are performing well can be extremely challenging.
As Peter Ambrose, Managing Director, explains;
“Like the Council of Licensed Conveyancers, we don’t disagree with referral fees, but agents need to be better informed and be able to prove to both their clients and their applicants how their recommended lawyers are performing. While we know that agents who work with us enjoy a very high success rate, we felt it was important to offer further transparency.
Agent Intelligence is just part of the service offering from The Partnership that includes our Conveyancing Insights, a unique, free one hour onsite service designed to help agents understand what goes on ‘behind the scenes’ at lawyers’ offices. The combination of these two services is designed to help agents gain a competitive edge in a climate of uncertainty.
In 2018, Agent Intelligence will be instrumental in demonstrating our outstanding ability to complete deals in an industry-leading 10 weeks with a remarkably low fall-through rate of less than 16%.”
Agent Intelligence went live on Monday 8th January – to organise a demonstration contact Danielle Guettier or email email@example.com.
Press Enquiries; Peter Ambrose, The Partnership – 01483 579978 or firstname.lastname@example.org