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SureMove Property Lawyers go live with new levels of transparency for clients

Thursday, 6 December 2018  |  Admin

PRESS RELEASE - 03/12/18

SureMove Property Lawyers go live with new levels of transparency for clients

All conveyancers are now required by their Regulators to display price and service data on their websites. SureMove Property Lawyers are amongst the first firms to embrace the change and add a new rich suite of information for clients to their website.

The innovative firm already dominates South Lincolnshire’s residential conveyancing market, with a 9% market share in the first half of 2018 – nearly double that of their nearest competitor.

Determined to offer meaningful insights to their business, SureMove Property Lawyers now have a clear and comprehensive estimate generator that prospective clients can use to estimate the legal costs of their move. This is complemented by a set of powerful operational performance metrics and market-leading Trustpilot reviews that shine a spotlight on all areas that prospective clients should be interested in.

Kelly Fleming, a SureMove Director said “we wanted to make sure visitors to our site had the fullest possible picture of the value our existing clients enjoy. Amongst a range of metrics, visitors can see all the properties we’ve bought for clients in the last year on an interactive map, see how many cases we’ve completed, gain an insight into how efficient we are as a business and read through the all-important Trustpilot reviews from clients who have been through the process with us.”


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