George Morison, Sargeants Port Phillip with Sympli’s Tracey Knight

Sympli extends service to a second Australian state as part of a national rollout

Sympli Australia Pty Ltd (Sympli), the newest e-Settlement solution to enter the conveyancing market, commenced operations in Victoria earlier today.

Shortly after launching services in Queensland this month, Sympli has begun rolling out its services around Australia, creating choice for conveyancing and legal practitioners. Sympli launched in Queensland in early December 2018. Victoria is now the second state in which it is operating.

Sympli completed the lodgement of a Caveat, a key land registry document. Victoria is the second largest property market in Australia and the largest market for e-Settlements since the mandating of electronic settlements came into force in Victoria in October this year.

George Morison, General Manager and Licenced Conveyancer, from Sargeants Port Phillip said that “it is fantastic for the industry to have choice in e-Settlement providers, especially since the October mandate.”

Sympli CEO David Wills commented: “We are excited to launch in Victoria so soon after lodging our first document in Queensland earlier this month. A Caveat is the first of many documents that will be available for conveyancers and lawyers to lodge through the Sympli platform.”

“I’d like to thank Land Use Victoria and Victorian Land Registry Services for their work with Sympli. Their system is really easy to connect to and will allow us to continue to rollout quickly across Victoria. We look forward to building our presence in Victoria and around Australia, establishing Sympli as the e-Settlement provider known for its service and value.”

Sympli was granted regulatory approval by ARNECC to become an Electronic Lodgment Network Operator (ELNO) in November.