on 01-03-2017 06:00 PM
The Newcastle Herald newspaper this week published an interview with Leah Stevens from Fox Stevens Conveyancing. The story opened with a controversial statement: “Solicitors and conveyancers could face obsolescence if they don’t embrace this technology.” But don’t panic. The story is a call to action to other lawyers and conveyancers to use high-tech smarts to stay on top of their business plans.
In the space of a few short years Leah Stevens and her business partner, Julie Fox, have transformed their practice from a fledgling home office into a thriving four person operation, exceeding the initial business plan expectations. Leah has also ‘graduated’ from the PEXA Certified Training Program. This means that her practice is now independently transacting property online through PEXA. I helped guide Fox Stevens through their first online settlements. I’m really proud that they’ve enthusiastically embraced this technology.
Read more here how Leah is using technology to grow her business. http://www.theherald.com.au/story/4482704/settle-on-technology/
on 01-03-2017 07:05 PM
Yes congratulations @LeahStevens and Fox Stephens Conveyancing.
I would like to welcome your team aboard the PEXA direct program I look forward to working with you and your team to ensure Fox Stephens Conveyancing stays at the cutting edge of the digital property transaction revolution !
on 02-03-2017 10:13 AM
Congratulations Fox Stevens - @LeahStevens! It's quite an achievement to have a story in the Newcastle Herald - a great newspaper and the heartbeat of that great city.
on 02-03-2017 12:36 PM
Thanks @Pstyles! And thanks for coming in to the office to provide us with more training. Appreciated! :-)