Purple Cow Conveyancing launches in Cheltenham
A new property business in Gloucestershire hosted a launch party to meet county estate agents and professionals.
Cheltenham-based Purple Cow Conveyancing, which opened in September, hosted an invitation-only evening at Coco Beach Bar.
The event provided an informal opportunity for guests to get to know the Purple Cow Conveyancing team, which includes Neil Saunders, Samantha Magee and Adam Collingwood.
Speaking after the event, Neil said the Purple Cow Conveyancing principle focuses on making the legal process of buying and or selling a house as straightforward as possible.
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"We strip out all the complexities associated with conveyancing by offering fixed legal fees and selecting from a panel of high quality lender approved law firms," he said.
"We are dedicated to providing a service that gives our clients peace of mind.
"Furthermore, we understand that estate agents have a huge amount on their plate, as their focus is on selling their clients homes. However, we offer a straightforward, hassle free, online process with the assurance that there is a team of advisors ready and willing to deal with any queries."
He added that a surprisingly high number of house sales do not complete and this could be for many reasons but the biggest fear for home owners were delays especially if they are in a chain.
Purple Cow Conveyancing service works in alliance with Legal Marketing Services (LMS) and has a comprehensive certification scheme.
This means law firms that work with the business have to meet a standard higher than the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
Adam said: "Our panel of law firms are closely monitored to ensure they have sufficient capacity to deal with instructed cases.
"Should any law firm reach full capacity, they are temporarily removed from the panel. The last thing anyone wants is to lose the deal because of their conveyancer's heavy workload."
Marketing manager Samantha Magee added there was great potential for the new brand.
"With the expected boom in the first-time buyer market fuelled by the governments Help to Buy scheme, we are excited about where our national brand is going," she said.
"We recognise that there is a demand for this type of service, supported by a unique brand with a modern yet professional take on conveyancing and the surrounding industry."