A Property Information Pack (PIP) is a set of property documents required for a house sale, held digitally. Its purpose is to speed up the sale and make it more transparent. The site is a space to share all the information you, the buyer, the seller, and the seller’s conveyancer will need.
As the driver of the whole sales process you, the estate agent, are the controller of the PIP. You register with PIP Ltd, open the PIP, advertise the PIP on your property details and assign the conveyancers and buyer. Along with the conveyancers you are able to post information to the site.
There are various steps to getting ready to use PIPs. Ensure you read the ‘Getting started’ guide before going any further.
Please send an email to email@example.com for registration.
Any estate agent can register and open a Property Information Pack (PIP) for a property. Once opened, it holds documents for potential buyers to see. These documents are split into a CORE PACK, OTHER DOCUMENTS and RESTRICTED ACCESS.
You or the seller’s conveyancer can post documents in any area of the site, the Core Pack, Other Documents and Restricted Access area. The buyer’s conveyancer can also upload documents in the Restricted Access area.
We reserve the right to remove registered estate agents at any time if they do not comply with our T & Cs or post inappropriate material.
If you have any questions at all, please call us on 01952 983000.
A Property Information Pack (PIP) is a set of property documents required for a house sale, held digitally. Its purpose is to speed up the conveyancing process and make it more transparent. The site is a space to share all the information that is required for the conveyance.
Once an offer has been accepted, the Restricted Access area is used. Here access is controlled by the estate agent, who assigns access to specific individuals registered with the site, via their email. Those who can see the restricted access area are
The site is now used as a document transfer site, up to the exchange of contracts and completion. The estate agent and both conveyancers can post documents to the site. All parties are notified when new documents are posted to the site.
If at any stage you have questions, the estate agent involved is the first person to contact. Otherwise please email firstname.lastname@example.org.