Thanks to a new partnership, Listing Loop will now be able to offer conveyancing services to buyers and to its real estate agent members.
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The off-market and pre-market property portal has revealed a new partnership with Bond Conveyancing, a licensed law firm, to provide conveyancing services, which is reportedly part of the company’s mission to deliver “buyer ready” high-intent and qualified property buyers to the agents it works with.
Under the new brand, Conveyancing Loop, the portal is set to offer custom-built technology designed to support more buyers and agents and an end-to-end property solution.
Conveyancing Loop will offer conveyancing services for property buyers from contract review through to settlement, as well as conveyancing services for property sellers such as sale contract preparation and fulfilment of the legal requirements around property settlement and transfer.
It’s thanks to the alliance of Bond Conveyancing. While currently a Melbourne-based law firm that operates in Victoria, NSW, and Queensland, it has shared that plans are underway for a national rollout.
The news of the foray into conveyancing follows a surge in property listing growth by Listing Loop, which has reported 300 per cent growth.
It has also noted a 59 per cent increase in active agents and agencies using the platform.
Listing Loop chief executive Rhett Dallwitz called the launch of Conveyancing Loop “an exciting milestone in our business as we strive to make the overall property journey easier, simpler and less stressful with expert guidance along the way”.
According to Mr Dallwitz, by “helping buyers get ‘buyer ready’, we also support agents by allowing them to prioritise leads that help them transact faster”.
Weighing in on his business decision to team up with Listing Loop, Bond Conveyancing principal lawyer and co-founder Rex Afrasiabi said they are “extremely pleased to be partnering with Listing Loop [which] shares our desire to provide a more efficient and low-stress property settlement process while offering the best possible service for clients”.
There’s a clear synergy on the tech side of things, with Mr Afrasiabi’s co-founder outlining that their “technology-first approach maximises visibility for all the key parties involved in a transaction, whether you’re a buyer, seller, agent or mortgage broker”.
“Together, we will deliver a seamless service with real-time updates and 24/7 access so that a client can check on the status of a case at any time and download documents when it’s convenient for them,” he continued.
Mr Dallwitz believes both parties “share the same commitment and passion”.
“They are as obsessed as we are about using technology to simplify the process but never at the expense of human interaction and personalised service, especially given that each situation is unique and that there [are] different conveyancing laws and regulations in each state,” he concluded.
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