Just Mortgages has partnered with eConveyancer to provide its brokers access to a panel of more than 70 audited and benchmarked conveyancing firms.
Just Mortgages' brokers will be able to choose from an enhanced SpicerHaart conveyancing option called JM Legal, which uses the eWay case management tool.
The Spicerhaart option, which has 10 conveyancers on its panel, also provides electronic quote, instruction and advanced case tracking.
eConveyancer’s sales director, Karen Rodrigues said that quality and speed have been on the top of the agenda for this partnership.
She said: “We take a rigorous approach to upholding the quality of the eConveyancer panel, which is closely monitored to ensure unwavering high standards, and this ongoing commitment to consistent service is particularly important in the current environment as the volume of property transactions continues to put pressure on conveyancer capacity.
“This is especially crucial in new build where time is often of the essence. We know that conveyancing is such an important part of the mortgage process and can play a crucial role in a client’s experience, we therefore continue to invest in the ongoing development of eConveyancer to ensure we continue to enhance that experience."
The partnership with eConveyancer also gives brokers access to DigitalMove, a platform that brings together stakeholders in the home buying and selling process and a remortgaging platform known as Rapid Remortgage, which has been designed to make remortgaging as convenient as a product transfer.
Just Mortgages’ national director of the self-employed division, Carl Parker said the partnership has been designed with the knowledge that conveyancing is an element of the home buying and advice process that can cause the most stress and headaches.
“This is a valuable expansion of the service and support that our self-employed brokers enjoy as a part of the Just Mortgages family which should make our advice process more seamless than ever. This makes life easier for our brokers and their clients,” he said.