When it comes to remortgaging, using a solicitor is highly recommended due to the complexity of the process. A solicitor will be able to review all documents related to your mortgage and help you understand any potential implications that may arise due to changes in the conditions or interest rate. They can also negotiate with lenders on your behalf and provide legal advice when necessary. In addition, they can assist in transferring funds for the remortgage, ensuring that all relevant taxes are paid, completing searches on the property and filing all necessary paperwork with the Land Registry. Having a professional solicitor by your side during this process can save time and ensure that everything goes smoothly.
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Remortgaging occurs when a homeowner wants to switch their mortgage to a new lender, but keep their property. This can be for a number of reasons, such as getting a better deal on interest rates or moving from an adjustable rate mortgage to a fixed rate mortgage.
You can then instruct our team to carry out the conveyancing process for a remortgage just as they would for a regular mortgage. We will carry out all of the necessary checks and searches, and prepare the paperwork for the new mortgage.
If you're thinking of remortgaging your property, it's important to compare deals from a range of lenders to make sure you get the best deal possible. You can use a mortgage broker to help you compare deals, or do it yourself using a comparison website. Once you've found the right deal, you can then instruct our team to carry out the conveyancing process.