Thanking our nurses, midwives and carers. In recognition of the incredible sacrifices and the work of some of our most important frontline workers, Settle Easy has partnered with the Victorian branch of the ANMF (Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation) to offer discounted conveyancing until the end of the year.
It’s our small way of saying thank you. Thank you for helping us during the terrible bushfires we saw across the state this summer. And thank you for looking after us during a global pandemic. We cannot thank you enough for putting the needs of your community ahead of your own – always.
We cannot imagine how difficult this year has been for our nurses, midwives and carers and that’s why we’re offering ANMF members and their families a 30 per cent discount off our usual fee until 31 December 2020.
This means, they’ll pay $770 instead of the usual $1,100 fee (including GST), plus any expenses Settle Easy might have to pay third parties to complete the transaction.
We hope this benefit will help alleviate some of the stress and costs associated with buying or selling your home.
If this is your first property transaction and you don’t know what to do, don’t worry.
At Settle Easy, our customers are our number one priority. In tandem with our automated and easy-to-use platform, we’ll keep you updated in real-time, every step of the way.
Settle Easy’s services are all provided in a secure, convenient online environment and we will communicate with you, when it suits.
If you or someone in your family is an ANMF member, let us say thank you and help you settle easy.
Quotes attributable to Settle Easy CEO, Sam Almaliki
‘Partnering with the ANMF and offering a discount to their members and families is just one small way Settle Easy can say ‘thank you’ for everything our nurses, midwives and carers do for our community, often in the most challenging circumstances.’
Quotes attributable to ANMF (Vic Branch) Secretary, Lisa Fitzpatrick
‘We thank Settle Easy for recognising the work of Victoria’s nurses, midwives and carers to offer this new member benefit. This year has been challenging on so many levels and we are grateful for this support and appreciation.’