–New South Wales lodgement continues Sympli’s progressive roll-out of services nationally–
Australia’s newest Electronic Lodgment Network Operator (ELNO), Sympli Australia Pty Ltd (Sympli), has expanded its service offering with the successful lodgment of its first registry instrument, a mortgage in New South Wales.
The mortgage, a key land registry document, was lodged by T.H. Walker Solicitors and Conveyancers as a stand-alone, non-financial transaction. The mortgage document is one of many instruments Sympli will offer to clients as it progressively rolls out its services in New South Wales and nationally.
Jason Fox of T.H. Walker Solicitors and Conveyancers said: “We’re thrilled to be a part of the first New South Wales transaction on the Sympli platform. This is another step in the right direction for the property conveyancing industry and we are certainly looking forward to working closely with Sympli in the future.”
David Wills, Sympli’s Chief Executive Officer, commented: “This is an important milestone for the industry and Sympli, particularly in providing choice for practitioners and bringing the many benefits of competition to the market. We’re very thankful to NSW Land Registry Services and the NSW Office of the Registrar General for their support in helping Sympli reach this milestone.”
“There is significant opportunity in the New South Wales market for Sympli to provide greater value and first-class service to practitioners and financial institutions alike. We were very pleased to have T.H. Walker Solicitors and Conveyancers participate in this landmark transaction. We look forward to increasing Sympli’s presence around Australia, as we continue to grow our capability to meet the high demand for competitive e-settlements.”
In New South Wales, Sympli is currently approved to lodge transfers, mortgages, discharges of mortgage and caveats with NSW Land Registry Services. Sympli is working to expand its services further by the end of the year.
Sympli is operational in three states, having commenced operations in Victoria and Queensland in December 2018, and has recently been granted approval to operate in South Australia.