Redbrick Solutions have announced this week that the latest version of their award-winning case management solution has been released. This marks the 23rd version of ‘Redbrick Practice Management’ and includes a number of enhancements and new functionality to benefit clients, such as: Online Questionnaires. This new feature allows Redbrick users the ability to define forms…
How to Deal with Further Actions When a ‘Further Action’ result is returned from an environmental search report it can at first be concerning, however it does not mean that this result cannot be overcome and is simply an indication that additional information or checks must be carried out, to ensure the property purchaser is…
Ground stability and Mining and Geo-risk. Living in a temperate climate as we do here in the UK, nothing else out there has quite the same potential for catastrophic impact to property. Nor does any other risk have the same potential to impact so fundamentally the central aspect of most property transactions – the integrity of…
A dream location is where it all starts for most of our clients and the importance of a location and its attributes remain key when it comes to buying and selling properties.
Redbrick Solutions and Perfect Portal have today announced a new integration to help clients convert more leads whilst offering an enhanced consumer experience.
Jo Hodges, Sales and Marketing Director at Redbrick Solutions shares her thoughts with Today’s Conveyancer about the current economic climate and the impact on the conveyancing sector.
Redbrick Solutions are set to launch a new integrated biometric AML service with the latest release of Redbrick Practice Management.
Local Authority Searches are no new thing for Conveyancers and those in the process of buying land or property, but they have changed so much over the years and have the potential to change even further over the next 5-10 years.
It is estimated that organised crime costs the UK economy more than £37bn every year, and the National Crime Agency believes there are 4,500 organised crime groups operating in the UK.
2020 has been a year of unprecedented change and 2021 looks to introduces some changes to the conveyancing market.