When we last wrote about COVID-19, the world, and Queensland, was in a noticeably different place. With our borders now closed to the southern states, and increasing anxiety over a 'second wave', RHC has taken this time to review, amend and update our policies and procedures.
Over the past year, our team have implemented a range of changes to improve the efficiency and security of our services, whilst lowering our carbon footprint. No more has this been noticeable than in our conveyancing.
We pride ourselves on keeping our conveyancing simple and affordable with quality service for all clients. Settlements should be hassle-free, and our streamlined process ensures necessary securities are in place to protect our clients. Through COVID-19, we've moved many of our processes online and digitally to great success.
As our current conveyancing clients will know, we have introduced digital documents to streamline the conveyancing process and make buying or selling your house simpler than ever. We utilise DocuSign for this, providing secure and encoded documentation that protects your identity, ensures all necessary questions are answered and information is collected.
Paper processes don't just cost our clients and staff time, they can have a significant environmental impact. With our help, DocuSign is helping save:
What's more, we also provide and encourage electronic settlements via PEXA when possible, saving printed documents and vehicle travel to and from physical settlement locations. Learn more about PEXA by reading our latest article.
You can even upload your contract on our website here.
Not only do digital processes help the environment, they also save you (and RHC) time, reduce the risk of errors, and ensure documents remain secure.
We're committed to ensuring our processes remain efficient, effective and environmentally conscious. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you with your new conveyancing matter.
Disclaimer: This publication is not intended to be comprehensive, nor does it constitute legal advice. We are unable to ensure the information is current and there is no guarantee in relation to accuracy. You should seek legal or other professional advice before acting or relying on any of the content of this publication.
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