TechnipFMC receives iEPCI LOA for Energean’s Karish North Development in Israel

first_imgTechnipFMC will design, manufacture, deliver and install subsea equipment for the project TechnipFMC receives iEPCI LOA for Energean’s Karish North Development in Israel. (Credit: TechnipFMC) TechnipFMC has received a letter of award (LOA) by Energean Israel Limited for the development of the Karish North field, located offshore Israel.TechnipFMC will design, manufacture, deliver and install subsea equipment including the subsea production system, rigid flowlines and umbilicals as a tieback to the ‘Energean Power’ FPSO as well as the second gas export riser.Jonathan Landes, President Subsea at TechnipFMC, commented: “We are delighted to partner again with Energean. This LOA demonstrates the value of our in-depth field knowledge and previous experience with Energean through the Karish main development, awarded to TechnipFMC in 2018. Early client engagement, leveraging our iFEED™ capability, as well as our ability to offer a full suite of services and global experience, form part of our unique fully integrated EPCI (iEPCI) offering. We look forward to further expanding our partnership with Energean through the development of Karish North.” Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

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Trading Standards warning over silent killer

first_imgHome » News » Trading Standards warning over silent killer previous nextRegulation & LawTrading Standards warning over silent killerIndependent tests show eight out of ten CO alarms aren’t up to standard.The Negotiator30th September 20150602 Views The Trading Standards Service has issued a warning to consumers after independent tests on CO alarms found that eight out of 10 failed British Standards tests. The warning comes as new Smoke and Carbon Monoxide legislation comes in to force demanding that all private sector landlords regularly test smoke and CO alarms in all rented properties.The new legislation, that comes in to force on 1st October 2015, is expected to prevent up to 26 deaths and 670 injuries a year. Trading Standards is advising consumers to check their appliances are in proper working order and to test their CO alarms in order to alert them to the ‘silent and invisible killer’ after tests showed many devices were faulty.John Stones, Managing Director of Gas Safe Europe, comments: “Carbon Monoxide is a silent killer and yet one that is easy to protect against. Consumers should fit alarms and regularly test them to ensure they’re in working order and fit for purpose.”CO alarms are sold to alert consumers to rising and deadly CO levels, yet when Trading Standards sent 10 types of alarm for testing to the British Standard, eight of which failed in one way or another.The tests once again raise issues relating to the sensor inside the alarms having a limited and indeterminable life with earlier research highlighting that up to 45% of CO alarms less than a few years old are no longer sensing gas.John Stones continues: “To effectively test CO alarms and ensure landlords meet the new legislation by having working alarms they need to test the sensor and not rely on the so called Test Button which just tests the battery, buzzer and electronic circuit. This can only be done by injecting a specific and safe level of test gas over the alarm.”To help landlords and homeowners meet the new legislation, multi award winning, patented, Detectagas® has been specifically designed to check the battery and sensor in alarms in one test by injecting a specific and safe level of test gas into a specially designed transparent cover over the alarm. Safe and easy to use the test kit is widely available and set to help landlords meet new legislative requirements.For more information or to find a distributor, visit http://www.gassafeeurope.com.Smoke and Carbon Monoxide legislation new legislation British Standards tests smoke alarms CO alarms Trading Standards September 30, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021last_img read more

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Auction sales and revenues drop

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Auction sales and revenues drop previous nextAgencies & PeopleAuction sales and revenues dropThe Negotiator5th July 201701,078 Views David SandemanEssential Auction News (EIG) reports that the number of auction sales – and revenues – dropped this Spring. 111 auctions were held in April, 28 fewer than in April 2016, with lots offered and lots sold down by 9.5 per cent and 8.6 per cent respectively. Revenues fell by 11.3 per cent, from £242 million in April 2016 to £215 million in April 2017. David Sandeman, Managing Director, said that the decline in activity reflects what has been seen in the wider estate agency and lettings market, which, with the forthcoming General Election and the spectre of Brexit, may well continue.The residential sector had a steeper drop on last April’s figures, than commercial sales, with a 10.7 per cent drop on last year’s lots offered and a 9.8 per cent drop in Lots sold, resulting in an 11.1 per cent drop in revenues.Record-breaking Clive Emson salesClive Emson Auctioneers sold land and property worth £17 million at its May sale, with a 85 per cent sale rate after cataloguing 137 lots.Managing Director James Emson said, “We have continued our strong start to the year with another impressive round of regional auctions and packed salerooms across the country.“As ever, there has been something for everyone – with vendors achieving some stunning results and superb prices and purchasers often finding the property of their dreams or an unexpected delight.“The demand for commercial properties continues apace and we are also seeing a growing trend for mixed-use buildings as investments.”Highlights included a former windmill near Norwich, converted into a weekend retreat but retaining many original features, which was sold for £100,000. Clippesby Windmill, dating from before 1814, includes a balcony on its top floor.Wright Marshall launches Auction House CheshireCheshire estate agency, Wright Marshall, has secured the franchise to operate Auction House Cheshire. The Cheshire franchise will auction a wide range of residential, commercial and agricultural lots, as well as building plots, conversions, land and investments which can be sold to private individuals as well as companies and professionals. Auction House Cheshire reach extends across the whole of the county, as well as parts of North Wales.Providing the tradition and proven method of open house viewings, Auction House Cheshire will give buyers more time to look around over the five week marketing period before the lots are offered for sale under the hammer. With seven to nine larger combined auctions per year, Wright Marshall will host their Auction House Cheshire sales at The Macdonald Portal Golf Club in Tarporley.The business is led by Mark Egerton, supported by Melissa Furber as Auction House Cheshire Assistant Manager and Co-ordinator.Mark says, “We are delighted to have secured the Cheshire Auction House franchise. We have always been proficient in selling homes under the hammer, but this will enable us to operate a standalone auction branch, holding regular larger combined sales at a fixed venue – something we feel will be extremely beneficial to our clients.”Together teams up with EIG to help auction buyers find bargainsSpecialist lender Together has teamed up with Essential Information Group (EIG), the property auction search engine, to provide comprehensive information for auction buyers.Auction buyers will be able to see all available properties, often before they appear in auction catalogues, via EIG’s portal which monitors virtually every auction house in the country, through new, dedicated auction finance pages on Together’s website.Prospective bidders can enter the value of the property they are hoping to purchase and the amount they want to borrow, with tips and case studies that show how auction finance works.Chris BaguleyChris Baguley, Commercial Director for Together, said, “Buying at auction is different from the traditional property purchase process and our auction finance web pages help customers understand the whole process.“We’re delighted to have formed an exclusive partnership with EIG to link their auction property search engine to our new pages, where customers will be able to search thousands of properties to find the one they want, then we can quickly get to work putting the funding in place.”David Sandeman, Managing Director, EIG, said, “We are delighted to team up with Together, the facility on their new website will help auction buyers save time on searching through catalogues.“They will be able to quickly find funding for their next auction property, with decisions available within hours so that they can bid with confidence.”Lots at Network Auctions saleNetwork Auctions held its May auction at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, with 45 lots of land, residential and commercial property gathered by member agents.Auctioneer Guy Charrison sold lots from £12,000 for a piece of land in Colne in Lancashire to £1,025,000 for a mixed use commercial lot on the Seven Sisters Road in North London as sales reached over £5.4 million.Toby Limbrick, Managing Director said, “With the General Election campaign and Brexit negotiations underway, one might imagine a degree of caution and uncertainty. Our auction showed that, with the wide exposure provided by Network Auctions a via our central and local network and prestigious London saleroom, excellent results are attained.“Having added 19 new partner offices to our network already in 2017 we look forward to future catalogues having an even more diverse geographical and range of property types on offer.”Network Auctions next London auction is on 5th July.Success for Auction House LondonA two bedroom flat in Wembley with a remaining lease of just 18 years sold for £140,000 – from a starting guide price of £40,000 – at Auction House London’s latest sale, one of 106 lots offered in the auction room at the London Marriott Hotel, raising £13,635,600.Another property which caught the imagination of buyers was a first floor studio flat in Clapton, which measured just ten square metres with one main room and a shower room. For investors it can command a rent of £800pcm – giving a yield of 8.5 per cent per year. It started with a guide price of £65,000 and the hammer finally coming down at £103,500.Jay Howard from Auction House London said, “Auction sales are holding up well compared to a year ago, with the figures indicating that auction is the first property sector to re-establish itself back to the sales levels we saw before the EU referendum in 2016.”£1.9m sale at SVA Property AuctionsSVA Property Auctions, Scotland’s independent property auction company, sold 78 per cent of lots sold under the hammer at its May auction with a pleasing £1.96 million raised from 13 lots.Regular clients Scottish Water, the Scottish Government and a portfolio of former bank branches accounted for 10 of the 13 lots sold under the hammer, continuing a programme of highly successful redundant property disposal initiatives.For Scottish Water, their auction highlight was possibly the sale of Loch Lundie at Achnandarach. The former reservoir, just two miles south of Plockton, was sold for £50,000, considerably more than reservoir lots tend to secure. SVA director and auctioneer Shaun Vigers, said, “Loch Lundie is an exceptionally attractive loch and its also close to Plockton with its well known micro climate ensuring more than a usual amount of Scottish sunshine. With fishing rights attached to the loch, it is easy to see why this proved an appealing lot – both on paper and in the auction room.”SVA Property Auction’s next auction is on 22nd June at the Edinburgh Marriott Hotel.Bidding frenzy at IAM SoldOutsourced auction management provider, IAM Sold, raised £32.31m in capital value across 277 auction sales throughout the UK in March, an increase on February’s 254 auction sales with a capital value of £26.6m.Of the total sales in March, 64 per cent were via online auctions, and 36 per cent were in the auction room. The majority of buyers were owner/occupier with 52 per cent purchasing for occupation, while 36 per cent purchased for buy-to-let, and 12 per cent to renovate and re-sell. 40 per cent were sold over reserve price. The highest was Wordsworth Avenue, a six-bedroom property in Cardiff, which sold for £342,500 – £117,500 over its starting price thanks to a highly competitive online auction which attracted 98 bids.Jamie Cooke, Managing Director, said, “March was another busy month and it was particularly interesting to see the frenzy that Wordsworth Avenue created. Using the modern method of auction (online) helped to attract competition and create a bidding war.”SDL Auctions’ national roll-outSDL Auctions has unveiled the next step in its progression into a national network.SDL Bigwood, SDL Graham Penny and the auction operation of Humphreys of Chester have rebranded to SDL Auctions showing its growing presence as a national player, currently focusing on building a northwest market through regular auctions in Bolton and Chester, with other regions to follow. A national website gives clients instant access to all SDL Auctions’ events, across the UK.SDL Auctions CEO, Rory Daly said, “Our strategy is clear. We aim to be the ‘go to’ auction house across England and an all-encompassing website that gives clients to all our lots online as they are entered for each auction will be welcomed by our regular clients and professional investors.“Now with more than 35 auctions a year across the UK, there was clearly a need for a central resource that would enable our regular clients to search for lots that met their investment criteria.“By tracking future auctions and lots as they go online at www. sdlauctions.co.uk they can plan their diary and anticipate cashflow and funding requirements further into the future.”SDL Auctions raised £11.5 million on the day with simultaneous auctions in Birmingham and Nottingham. Their May auction at Aston Villa FC raised just under £9.2 million with a success rate of 85 per cent.SDL Auctions iam-sold Network Auctions SVA Property Auctions Auction House Auction House London auction revenues auction sales auctioneers Scottish Water Clive Emson Together Wright Marshall July 5, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

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eMoov moves with the money: £9million

first_imgThe hybrid estate agent, eMoov.co.uk, has announced a multi-million-pound investment round that is intended, says Russell Quirk CEO, “to cement the company’s position at the forefront of a rapidly changing estate agency sector.”Existing institutional players such as Episode 1 VC, Maxfield Capital, Spire and Startive Ventures, are joined by the personal involvement of Gaby Salem of Wharton Asset Management. The round was led by the consumer investment group JXC Ventures plus a host of well-known tech entrepreneurs. JXC is associated with some big-name businesses such as Simba Sleep.The funding will be used to enhance the company’s technology platform which has already £3m invested in its development; together with a substantial focus on marketing spend which will be undertaken by a ‘newly engaged, ultra-sophisticated marketing team’.Russell Quirk (pictured), Founder and CEO at eMoov.co.uk says, “The estate agency space is changing drastically and we have always been at the forefront of that change since we launched in 2009.“We’ve focused on building a superior technology platform; hiring an unbeatable management team and providing the best customer service in the industry. With these strong foundations in place, we now feel it’s time to accelerate our growth through a clever and sustained marketing investment strategy.“We’ve been more considered than some in our methodology and therefore, we will emerge and remain as one of the few estate agency disruptors that are actually sustainable. Expect more big announcements from us in the coming weeks.”James Cox, Principal at JXC Ventures said, “Having followed the PropTech sector for a number of years, eMoov was the first company that really ticked all of the boxes for us. Their unrivalled tech platform allows for rapid growth, with a focus on optimisation rather than removing the human element from what is still a ‘people business’. The new marketing team, along with investment leveraging this strong core, will create significant shareholder value over the years to come as the market shifts towards the online sector even more rapidly.”“In an industry that is just crying out for improvement I believe the online sector will grow significantly in market share in the near future, whilst consolidating to just three or four major players, whom will take advantage of the spoils.” adds Gaby Salem of Wharton Asset Management.james cox JXC Russell Quirk russell quirk emoov Emoov emoov funding emoov investment Wharton Asset Management Gaby Salem August 22, 2017Sheila ManchesterWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » eMoov moves with the money: £9million previous nextAgencies & PeopleeMoov moves with the money: £9millionHybrid agent secures further funding from equity investment companies to enhance its technology platform.Sheila Manchester22nd August 201701,010 Viewslast_img read more

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Should there be a free ‘open’ platform for smaller agents to access proptech?

first_imgHome » News » Should there be a free ‘open’ platform for smaller agents to access proptech? previous nextProptechShould there be a free ‘open’ platform for smaller agents to access proptech?Charlie Wright yesterday convened major tech firms to discuss the idea, which would enable independent agents to use proptech without having to pay for the big property software suites, it is claimed.Nigel Lewis28th June 201801,467 Views Property software guru and small agent champion Charlie Wright’s latest venture BestAgent is making a bid to disrupt its big software rivals such as DezRez, EstatesIT and Jupix by creating a free-to-use ‘open’ tech platform for independent agents to access.Fresh from his ultimately failed attempt to set up a trade organisation for smaller agents in 2017, Charlie launched BestAgent in April this year and is now working with 13 industry suppliers.It is a free-to-use platform that enables agents to run their business including uploading properties to the main portals, GDPR compliance and creating and running their own website.Charlie’s venture also offers agents access to all the industry’s key tech and non-tech suppliers including boards, insurance products, marketing, legal compliance, online signatures, analytics, online chat and rental deposit protection.Open platformBestAgent gathered all the MDs of these suppliers yesterday at a hotel in Reading to discuss creating an ‘open platform’ to tackle the problem of tech integration within the industry.Most tech firms such as Gazeal, ViewMyChain and BriefYourMarket don’t share an ‘open’ way of plugging into a commonly used platform to enable agents to access them all at once.To do this, agents must sign up to one of the big paid-for software suites such as DezRez which, for example,  offers its client agents access to 10 plugged-in proptech services.“We have been surprised by the number of requests from proptech companies looking to integrate with a property marketing platform to make it easier for agents to buy their services,” says Charlie (pictured).“Once we grasped the full extent of demand for this need to integrate, from both agents and industry suppliers, we realised that the platform we are already constructing for our existing partners to integrate their products could be expanded into a fully open platform; legally compliant, technically robust and totally secure.“[This] would allow small agents easier access to trials of new products and allow all industry suppliers an easier route to market for their products.”joomla property software Bestagent charile wright dezrez estatesIT June 28, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

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Purplebricks gives new COO a £1.1 million golden hello

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Purplebricks gives new COO a £1.1 million golden hello previous nextAgencies & PeoplePurplebricks gives new COO a £1.1 million golden helloVic Darvey, who started at the company this week, has a 20-year track record in digital travel and price comparison businesses.Nigel Lewis8th January 201904,850 Views Purplebricks has given its new Chief Operating Officer a £1.1 million golden hello.The company announced today that 45-year-old Vic Darvey, who joined the hybrid agency a few days ago, has been given options to buy 700,000 shares in Purplebricks which are valued at £1.1 million based on its current share price of £1.65p. Purplebricks has not made clear when he will be able to cash them in.Darvey’s appointment was announced in the company’s latest trading update on 13th December. The announcement said that “Vic brings a proven record of technology delivery and leadership of cutting-edge data-led, customer-focused, commercial innovation”.His track record is ideal for Purplebricks. He has experience of rapidly building up digital businesses, and said during an interview early on in his career that he dislikes ‘old school’ attitudes to business, and praised the rise of online estate agents within the travel industry.Digital recordBefore arriving at Purplebricks, Darvey has spent 20 years’ as a self-styled ‘digital leader’ specialising in consumer brands.His most recent role has been a five-year stint at price comparison giant MoneySupermarket Group where he was Managing Director of its three key businesses MoneySuperMarket, TravelSupermarket and MoneySavingExpert, which Martin Lewis sold to the company for £87 million during Darvey’s time there.Before that he had a senior job at travel company LastMinute.com, and started out his career building a tech firm that is the power behind the websites of many leading travel firms including Expedia, Opodo, Thomas Cook, TUI and Kuoni. LastMinute bought the company in 2004.Purplebricks lastminute vic darvey January 8, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

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Should tech take over conveyancing? Have your say before it changes for good!

first_imgMoving home is moving rapidly towards a digital future and one of the ‘casualties’ of this upheaval will be the conveyancing solicitor, whose job is to change radically in the coming months and years.Regulator the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) says the biggest shift will be away from pushing forward a sale, and instead focussing on charging clients for advice.It also predicts that review websites like Trustpilot will soon play a greater role in soliciting instruction from home movers.“Technology will radically improve transparency for consumers about what they are buying and the progress of their transaction,” the report says.“Because of the Internet of Things, properties will maintain up-to-date logbooks with little human intervention.” HIPS again?The regulator also says giving upfront information about a property at the point of marketing – rather than waiting until later – will be key.The CLC’s new paper on the future of industry traces how the conveyancing process will change, highlighting questions that regulators, lawyers, estate agents, lenders, technologists and others – will have to grapple with.Chair of the CLC Dame Janet Paraskeva (left), says: “I think many lawyers will be heartened by the prediction that there will be a greater focus on advisory work as the market changes and that it can be used to create a point of differentiation.“However, while we can predict certain shifts in the market with confidence – such as the inevitable move to electronic conveyancing – how they play out over the next decade remains uncertain.“I hope this report will fuel a discussion across the property industry and that conveyancers will grasp the opportunity to shape their future.”Have your sayComment by email at [email protected] or visit https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Conveyancing2030Read more about the CLC. CLC Council for Licensed Conveyancers January 28, 2020Nigel Lewis2 commentsAndrew Stanton, CEO Proptech-PR Real Estate Influencer & Journalist CEO Proptech-PR Real Estate Influencer & Journalist 28th January 2020 at 4:39 pmA comprehensive property DNA pack is long overdue to front load a property, ensuring that from point of sale onward exchange can occur more quickly. But, with 18 weeks being the usual time frame for a sale, to get over the line, despite all the tech in the sector – something is not going right.Many in the property sector are scrambling for answers from Land registry and digital street and hackathons and shared perspectives.But as Taylor Wessing legal luminaries in the digital field, both in the adoption of tech and embracing proptech firms, stated yesterday, exchanges are governed by the slowest component in the chain.Solicitors are risk averse, so tech is a slow go for many legal firms, which means, great have more information on property as in the PIP initiative, but if you have a conveyancing practice who is not tech ready, then you are in for a long haul.Piecemeal solutions are helpful, but the antiquated property sector it is a bit like a poor relative of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The model is not good, so more and more data is fed in and bit by painful bit until the digital ‘brain’ recognises it must change its approach to achieve the required outcome.Log in to ReplyKelvin Francis, Kelvin Francis Ltd. Kelvin Francis Ltd. 28th January 2020 at 9:48 amThere is undoubtedly room for the improvement, in speed and efficiency in the conveyancing process and technology will be very valuable in helping to bring this about, but in such an important and high value industry, the informed and experienced human element will be irreplaceable. Would you want to consult a doctor via technology or by personal contact?Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Should tech take over conveyancing? Have your say before it changes for good! previous nextRegulation & LawShould tech take over conveyancing? Have your say before it changes for good!The conveyancing industry regulator wants estate agents to tell it which direction the sector should take as tech takes hold.Sheila Manchester28th January 20202 Comments1,126 Viewslast_img read more

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Twenty7Tec launches mortgage platform product

first_imgHome » News » Twenty7Tec launches mortgage platform product previous nextProptechTwenty7Tec launches mortgage platform productThe Negotiator25th June 20200217 Views Twenty7Tec, provider of tech solutions to the mortgage industry, has developed an in-house mortgage criteria search solution – the first to deliver product and criteria sourcing on one single platform.The functionality supports free format text criteria searches and the production of evidence of research documentation, is being trialled by leading mortgage intermediary firms, before a wider roll-out.When complete, all 13,000 users of SOURCE, Twenty7Tec’s sourcing system, will be able to search product and lender criteria from its CloudTwenty7 platform.In a further show of support for the industry in the face of the COVID-19 crisis, Twenty7Tec will give free access to its new functionality to SOURCE users until the end of 2021.James Tucker, CEO, said, “Bringing product and criteria searching onto one single platform, enabling advisers to use one single set of client data for both, has been a long held ambition of ours and I am delighted that we have begun now to roll it out”.David Lawson-Shah, Alexander Hall’s Director of Risk, Compliance & Tech, added, “With lenders’ criteria changing daily, advisers need to spend time keeping up to date, taking time away from talking to clients. This solution helps to resolve this, helping intermediaries take a big step in the right direction.”Twenty7Tec tech solutions to the mortgage industry mortgage criteria search solution SOURCE Twenty7Tec’s sourcing system CloudTwenty7 platform James Tucker David Lawson-Shah COVID-19 crisis proptech June 25, 2020Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

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Russia: Large Landing Ship Caesar Kunikov Prepares for Long-Range Cruise to Mediterranean Sea

first_img View post tag: Mediterranean Russia: Large Landing Ship Caesar Kunikov Prepares for Long-Range Cruise to Mediterranean Sea View post tag: BSF View post tag: to View post tag: Cruise View post tag: Landing View post tag: Caesar View post tag: sea September 16, 2011 Training & Education View post tag: prepares View post tag: Long-Range In accordance with combat training program, Black Sea Fleet (BSF) large landing ship Caesar Kunikov completes preparation for long-range cruise to the Mediterranean Sea. The ship is planned to visit ports of Greece and Montenegro in Oct-Nov, told BSF Commander’s press secretary Capt 1 rank Vyacheslav Trukhachev to Central Navy Portal.Having become traditional for BSF ships, such cruises strengthen mutual understanding among naval servicemen of Mediterranean countries and develop international cultural relations.As is expected, the crew of Caesar Kunikov will attend festivities of the Russian Week in Greece to be held in Oct 6-10 in Corfu.In the port of Pylos, BSF mariners will represent Russia at celebration related to anniversary of the Navarino Sea Battle. Also, large landing ship Caesar Kunikov will call at the port of Piraeus which is a sea gate to Greek capital city.This year’s cruise program for the first time includes formal calls at Greek ports Argostolion (Cephalonia Island) and Alexandroupolis (Rhodes Island).When visiting Montenegrin port Kotor, Russian seamen will take part in a number of protocol events as well. BSF Song and Dance Company will be on board Caesar Kunikov in the long-range cruise.[mappress]Source: rusnavy, September 16, 2011; View post tag: large View post tag: For View post tag: Kunikov Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: Large Landing Ship Caesar Kunikov Prepares for Long-Range Cruise to Mediterranean Sea View post tag: ship Share this articlelast_img read more

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Jumbo’s Fairpartner Successfully Loads Former French Submarine ‘Quessant’

first_img View post tag: French October 12, 2011 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: submarine View post tag: Jumbo’s View post tag: Former Back to overview,Home naval-today Jumbo’s Fairpartner Successfully Loads Former French Submarine ‘Quessant’ View post tag: successfully View post tag: ‘Quessant’ View post tag: Naval On Sunday 09th October 2011 Jumbo’s Fairpartner successfully loaded the former French submarine ‘Quessant’ bound for Malaysia.There the submarine will be displayed in a museum. Transporting the submarine from France to Malaysia was a challenging operation, because of the fragile outer skin and the weight of the submarine. In cooperation with Saltwater Engineering Jumbo Shipping completed the strength calculations for both the submarine and the hoisting cradles.[mappress]Source: saltwater, October 12 , 2011 View post tag: Navy Jumbo’s Fairpartner Successfully Loads Former French Submarine ‘Quessant’ View post tag: Fairpartner Industry news View post tag: Loads Share this articlelast_img read more

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