The New Victorian Commemorative Title Certificate

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We all know how hard it is to make a real impression on our clients when they settle on a property – we’ve all tried gifting merchandise, hampers and champagne. The trouble is that in amongst all the activity and excitement these things easily get forgotten.

SERV have just developed a product that could really delight your clients and leave a lasting impression.

It’s the Victorian Commemorative Title (VCT) Certificate, an authentic replica of an old school title certificate that can be hung with pride – an enduring reminder of your business and the support you provided. It’s a tangible and personalised celebration of home ownership that will be delivered when a transaction is fully closed.

Developing a competitive advantage is not easy today, so this is a perfect way to cut through the noise and stress created by the transaction, and other service providers.

This memento has been developed to be displayed and act as a reminder of their purchase and achievement, and your support throughout the process.

The certificate can be ordered either framed of unframed via Landata (see the link under Latest Products & Services) and sent directly to the homeowner or to your office if you’d like to add a personal note and/or hand deliver it.

This is a thoughtful gift that is perfectly aligned to conveyancing businesses. It will engender goodwill, create a conversation and importantly referrals and repeat business.

Certificate Details

The Certificate are issued from official data, include the property’s unique Volume and Folio, and bear the Victoria State Government official coat of arms and Registrar of Titles’ signature. They have an embossed stamp detail and come on A3 high quality paper.

Cost ranges from $114.27 for framed in solid Australian hardwood to $71.59 unframed.

AIC Vic President Shakila Maclean recently met with the SERV team to discuss how they can support the AIC membership and we have committed to regular catch ups to build on the relationship. Part of this is seeking feedback on the VCT so if you have any comments, please email AIC VIC will continue to keep members updated on any new initiatives with SERV.