E-conveyancing - more than e-settlements

Did you know that all essential parts of the conveyancing process can now be done electronically including verification of identity, contracts, exchange, and settlement? If you are ready to adopt the end-to-end e-conveyancing process below, then you're in a great position to create more value for your firm, your clients and to stand out from your competitors.

The time for digital conveyancing is now

Do you need support with making the transition?

We've got the tools to help you go 100% digital. Efficiently, effectively and seamlessly.

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Our products

At InfoTrack, we understand e-conveyancing might be daunting. To combat this, we offer products that can save you time, allow you to sign and settle electronically or offer safe and secure deposits. Whatever you need, we can find a solution.

WebVOI is our online platform that simplifies and streamlines verification of identity.

I want easy VOI

Auto populate your electronic document data from your title search and other documents.

I want electronic contracts

PlanIT is an online portal that makes off-the-plan projects easier than ever.

I want simple off-the-plan contracts

SignIT is an electronic signing tool that enables you to sign documents online in a few steps.

I want to sign electronically

Protect your transactions from the prying eyes of cybercriminals and guarantee your deposit.

Protect me from cybercrime

A shared network of specialist agents that handle e-settlement processing on your behalf.

I want to save time

We integrate with 30+ practice management systems. Save time by avoiding re-keying data.

I want integration

Our next-generation HelpDesk provides complimentary assistance for all our products.

I want first-class support

InfoTrack and ASX collaborate to bring you seamless electronic settlement.

I want to settle electronically

E-conveyancing articles

Why you need a lawyer when you buy a property

Buying a property is a huge milestone and likely to be the biggest purchase you’ll ever make, so it pays to have your wits about you. The process of buying a home can be exciting,…...

The ACT closes in on e-conveyancing mandate

On June 1, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) introduced amendments to the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (ACT) Act 2020 and the Land Titles (Electronic Conveyancing) Legislation Amendment A...

New NSW building law could be a game changer for apartment safety

Matthew Bell, Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of Studies for Construction Law, University of Melbourne This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the orig...

3 solutions helping conveyancers to differentiate their firms

It’s been a big year, and we’re only halfway. Now is the time to look forward and think about what you can do to differentiate your firm from others. What strengths does your firm possess…...

Supporting your firm through FY 19/20: A year in review

2020 has been a tough year around the globe, but especially for Australians. We welcomed in the New Year battling bushfires and in February, NSW and QLD fought floods. March saw the introduction of lo...

The future lawyer

Recently, the Australian Financial Review shared that the lawyer of the future will do more than just law. “The lawyer of the future will not only provide legal advice but also be a business adviser&h...

Spotlight on QLD: Cyber Security and the transition to e-conveyancing

Lee Bailie InfoTrack’s General Manager of Products and Innovation recently interviewed David Bowles from the Queensland Law Society (QLS). They spoke about the state of play in Queensland, how COVID-1...

5 methods to support your clients and future-proof your firm in a post pandemic world

In these unprecedented times it is challenging to know what happens next and what to expect. Will social distancing and self isolation go on much longer? When COVID-19 has passed, will my firm recover...

Executing NSW paper land dealings and instruments during the COVID-19 pandemic

Restrictions imposed in response to COVID-19 have made it difficult to prepare, sign and witness paper land dealings. All land dealings involve a combination of steps, including: verification of ident...

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