In this guest blog, CEO and co-founder of AskPorter, Tom Shrive, explains how their integrated messaging platform acts as a personal assistant for property managers 24 hours a day.
When customers ask us for title deeds, they’re often disappointed to learn that we don't have the originals. Find out what they are, where they might be kept, and whether you need them.
Shaun Ewings, product manager of our new ‘Sign Your Mortgage Deed’ service, talks about the extra safeguards that the government's identity assurance service gives.
Adam Hookway, Customer Policy Manager, talks about some of the main issues that arise when a property owner dies.
Following on from his last post on the digital future of the conveyancing industry, John Abbott, our Director of Digital, Data and Technology, takes a look at the new digital services being worked on at HM Land Registry.
In England and Wales, all land is owned by somebody. But how can you find out who owns a piece of land or property that isn't registered with us?
People sometimes ask us "How old is my house?", because they need this information to take out building insurance. Here are some things you can do to explore the age of a property.
Our Head of Customer Policy, Andrew Robertson, sets out how and why we are looking at opening up our conveyancer data.
John Abbott, our Director of Digital, Data and Technology, talks about how we're working with our customers on concepts such as Digital Street to prepare for a digital future in the conveyancing industry.
Chief Executive and Chief Land Registrar, Graham Farrant, explains how our new Business Strategy sets the direction we will take over the next five years to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data.
In this guest blog, Rhys Lewis from the Office for National Statistics explains why there are revisions to UK House Price Index data and what's being done to make provisional estimates more accurate.