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Beat the Price Increase

3rd January 2014

With some search companies recently announcing increased prices for 2014, now is the ideal time to check you’re getting a competitive rate, ensuring that you are acting in the best interests of your client at the same time.

ETSOS is now in the third year of no price increases and have a client retention rate of 97.77%; see what our clients have to say about us here.

As an independent supplier ETSOS clients benefit from:

  • Transparent pricing
  • No hub fees or mapping fees
  • Choice of 6 regulated local search providers plus official
  • One easy to use system for searches, AML, Lawyer Checker and EPCs
  • CQS compliant ordering system with full audit trail

For a no obligation price comparison please contact David Opie on 01524 220 001 or sign up for your free trial on the form below.

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