Conveyancing Transformed: Readying your business for electronic conveyancing (2017)
With the Land Registries of Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia all having announced comprehensive digital transformation timelines to transition property transactions away from paper and onto PEXA, now is the time to introduce e-Conveyancing into your business. Learn what these registry timelines mean and what you need to do to prepare your business for e-Conveyancing. This includes a demonstration of a property settlement on PEXA and practical guidance on Verification of Identity, Digital Certificates and how to explain the benefits to your customer.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Understand how a property settlement works through PEXA; Australia’s e-Conveyancing platform
- Understand who is currently using the platform and what Land Registry timelines for bringing the industry online mean for your business
- Understand new digital Land Registry products (Priority Notices) and why you would offer them to your customers
- Understand the benefits of e-Conveyancing and how to explain those to your customer
- Understand what steps you need to take to join the e-Conveyancing network
About your Speaker: Heather Crichton – PEXA
Heather is transforming the way property is transacted in her role as PEXA Direct Team Leader (VIC) for Property Exchange Australia Ltd (PEXA).
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