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Title Guardian: Your New Ally Against Property Fraud

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In the world of property, there's a new kid on the block that's set to make waves.

Say hello to Title Guardian, the latest app designed to shield homeowners from the rising tide of property-related frauds.

Launched recently, Title Guardian is a vigilant watchdog that keeps an eye on digital platforms such as property portals and government databases like HM Land Registry and Companies House. These are the places where an owner's details can be found and where property fraud often takes root.

The app leaps into action if it detects any suspicious activity, sending instant alerts via SMS, email, and app notification. This way, any potential fraud threat can be nipped in the bud.

Title Guardian isn't just for homeowners, though. Law firms, estate agents, and mortgage lenders can integrate it into their own services, offering an extra layer of protection for their clients and themselves.

Available to all homeowners and landlords in England and Wales, Title Guardian can be accessed on desktop from January 2024. An annual subscription costs a reasonable £49.99, a small price to pay for peace of mind.

John Daw, CEO of Title Guardian, said the launch marks an important development for property owners and the industry. He highlighted the need for modernisation and digitisation in the sector, particularly in addressing the property market's lack of security.

Stuart Forsdike, founder of property law firm PCS Legal and advisor to Title Guardian, praised the app for providing a new level of protection for property owners. He revealed that two clients had already been alerted to potential fraud threats, proving the app's worth.

So, if you're a homeowner, landlord, or work in the property sector, it might be time to enlist the services of Title Guardian. After all, it's always better to be safe than sorry!

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