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ULS launches DigitalMove Remortgage to brokers

The average time taken to complete and return welcome packs on remortgage cases decreased from 22 days to 6 days with DigitalMove.

Rozi Jones
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7th November 2019
computer tech completed adviser
"DigitalMove is the future of conveyancing and we are seeing some remarkable reductions in the time it takes to complete key parts of the process"

ULS technology has launched DigitalMove Remortgage which aims to speed up the conveyancing process on fixed fee, variable fee, and cashback remortgage cases.

DigitalMove Remortgage is now available for all partner networks and eConveyancer brokers. As part of this rollout, DigitalMove for sale and purchase cases is also now available for all brokers introducing work to ULS technology firms.

ULS says remortgaging through DigitalMove allows key elements of the legal work to be completed sooner and improves security and transparency for all parties involved.

Pilot phase data shows the average time taken to complete and return welcome packs on remortgage cases decreased from 22 days to 6 days with DigitalMove. The current shortest turnaround for the completion and return of a DigitalMove Starter Pack is 21 minutes.

Steve Goodall, CEO at ULS technology, commented: “DigitalMove is the future of conveyancing and we are seeing some remarkable reductions in the time it takes to complete key parts of the process, compared with non-DigitalMove cases.

"DigitalMove Remortgage enables brokers to offer these benefits to a wider range of customers, helping them provide the best possible customer journey.”

Tammy Jones, partner at BB Legal, added: “As a law firm that always puts customer service at the heart of what we do, myself and the team have been working with ULS Technology and using their portal, DigitalMove.

"I believe conveyancing is fast-becoming a digital process, with more clarity and less paperwork so online portals are the way forward. Online portals will help clients and solicitors alike make the transition to online conveyancing with efficiency and ease.”

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