An online platform is upping its efforts to disrupt Australia’s “billion-dollar” conveyancing industry with the addition of new capabilities and a partnership, to boot.
Settle Easy, an online conveyancing platform, officially launched its services nationwide at the beginning of June following the recruitment of more professionals to its community.
“We are pleased to announce that our services are now available to all Australians, no matter which state or territory you live in or how remote the property is,” commented Settle Easy co-founder and CEO Sam Almaliki.
He’s called the nationwide launch “an important milestone for the business”.
“Our growth trajectory is only going to improve from here as we continue to partner with major real estate agents, brokers and developers,” the CEO said.
According to the company, Settle Easy offers an “Uber for conveyancing”, with a number of conveyancers on hand that can be deployed when needed by a buyer or seller. It also automates “between 30 and 50 per cent of the process”.
As well as revealing its all-new nationwide capability, Settle Easy has announced a new partnership with Real Estate Industry Partners (REIP).
Mr Almaliki believes the alliance — which will connect the company to 4,000 REIP members — “cements Settle Easy’s position as Australia’s number one online conveyancer for agents and their customers”.
REIP CEO Sadhana Smiles has touted the benefits of the platform, stating that it “offers convenience and peace of mind during these milestone moments”.
Calling Settle Easy’s service offering “second to none”, she added: “We’re thrilled to be able to partner with Settle Easy, in what will be a hugely beneficial partnership for agents and their customers.”
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