Introducing Top 3 tips: How to stop the blame game – the next session in tm:tv series

In the major industry report, ‘Back to the Future’ from tmgroup, Conveyancing Data Services (CDS) and mio, in which 850 property professionals provided their thoughts on the property market, collaboration was the 2nd highest (behind technology) change that people wanted to see in the industry. This included better communication, education, transparency, building relationships and generally a more joined up proactive approach.

Join our industry experts as they provide their top tips on how we can stop talking about collaborating and actually do it. Everything from National conveyancing week and upfront information to building trust, understanding one another’s processes, and mandatory training.

The discussion will take place at 12 noon on Tuesday 6th June giving advice on ‘How to stop the blame game’.

Brought to the market by tmgroup, Conveyancing Data Services (CDS) and mio, host Matt Joy, Sales & Marketing Director of tmgroup will be joined by:

>> Alan Millstein, Residential Property Surveyors Association

>> Rob Hailstone, Bold Legal Group

>> Nick Battrick, DWF Law LLP

>> Alistair Trippett, Heywoods Estate Agents

>> Alison Taylor, Mishcon de Reya LLP

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Verdi Taylor-Bishop, Marketing Director for tmgroup comments “Much is made of how better collaboration between parties will help speed up the property transaction, yet despite this being a key theme in our annual surveys for the past 3 years the needle does not seem to have moved.

With the introduction of initiatives such as material information we are hopeful that, if embraced by the industry, we will finally start to see the change that people want. I’m looking forward to hearing what our panellists have to say on this and a range of other topics for how we can truly start to collaborate more effectively.”   

Following this session the next one in the series is:

Top 3 Tips: How to drive material change

Hear our panel of experts’ views on how we can best educate consumers, our peers and the Government in order to drive trust, understanding, confidence, and investment in the property industry for the benefit of all. The discussion will take place at 12 noon on Tuesday 11th July

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