In our first podcast with ntitle, our editor Emma Waddingham explores the company’s journey and benefits for the conveyancers it supports, from driving pace into the title investigation process, time and resource savings to supporting law firms’ wellbeing commitments, and enhancing the training and development of practitioners.
This episode is ideal for residential conveyancers as we speak to the founders of Welsh-born ntitle – the multi-award winning title investigation specialists.
Nicola Davies and Nicola Ashley launched ntitle in 2020, to simplify the title investigation process, to support conveyancers and empower them to do more for their clients, without the added strain of time-consuming title investigation work – often undertaken on evenings and weekends. Our Editor, Emma Waddingham, is joined by the founders to discuss what adds value to the work of conveyancing teams – from practitioner wellbeing to client care – and what’s next for ntitle, the only UK company to offer a specialist, legal process outsource service in title investigation.
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ntitle is an award winning, UK based, specialist outsource service company, providing a market leading online title investigation service for residential conveyancers across England & Wales. ntitle delivers service excellence with our full and comprehensive title reporting service.
Using ntitle has allowed firms to manage their workloads and significantly reduce their operating costs without compromising on quality or time. Our two-working-day Service Level Agreement is proven to reduce transaction timelines, enabling conveyancers to focus on service delivery.
ntitle was originally developed to assist with the peaks and troughs of the conveyancing market. However, this was just the start, Conveyancing firms have utilised the services of ntitle in many different ways over the years to suit their business needs. We have helped firms reduce their backlog of title investigations, we have firms that send us their complex matters only and some firms send all their title investigations to us. Firms have now adopted the ntitle service and changed their business model to more flexible approach. ntitle has allowed firms to increase and manage their capacity levels without the headache and additional cost of recruitment.
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Nicola Ashley, Co-Founder & Director
After graduating from Cardiff Law School in 2003 Nicola joined a busy conveyancing firm in South Wales. During the sixteen years at the highly successful firm, Nicola was involved in the implementation and management of a title checking department. This being the first of its kind in the UK.
Throughout this time Nicola has gained extensive knowledge, experience and management expertise in all areas of title investigation.
With a wealth of operational management experience and unrivalled subject matter expertise, Nicola’s tireless work ethic has been central to formation and delivery of ntitle and its market disrupting service. (Click here for more)
Nicola Davies, Co-Founder & Director
Nicola has worked in the legal industry since graduating from University in 2002 and subsequently completing her CILEx qualifications, for which Nicola is now a graduate member.
Undertaking roles in litigation, commercial & residential property and plot sales before specialising in title investigation from 2012, where Nicola met Nicola. Benefiting from both volume and high street fee earning roles, Nicola very much understands the mechanics, challenges and demands of the conveyancing sector.
With a passion for service excellence and innovation Nicola has relished and excelled in pushing the boundaries in bringing ntitle to market. (Click here for more)