If you are looking to raise finance or to improve your current mortgage deal, Sheltons Solicitors can help with the remortgaging process. We are on the panel of all the major banks and building societies and can advise you on the process and the type of security required, and deal directly with your bank or building society.
Mortgages can be the single largest payment that most people enter into so when you decide to change your payments through remortgaging, you need the best advice available. There are significant advantages to remortgaging depending on your financial circumstances but you should always have expert, sound advice before proceeding.
A financial advisor will talk you through all the costs of remortgaging and help you to gauge exactly what you will need, they should also speak to you about early redemption charges. If you then decide to remortgage with a new lender you will need to appoint a solicitor. The solicitor will act on your behalf by checking and assuring the new lender that the amount of the new mortgage will be secure against your property.
Sheltons Solicitors are experienced in offering remortgaging advice and will provide you with clear, sound advice. We are on the panel of all major banks and building societies and we are committed to getting you the benefits of your remortgage deal as quickly as possible. You can get in touch with us by phone or email and we promise to respond to any communication on the same day. Alternatively, you can get a free, no obligation quote for your remortgage here.
To get the ball rolling with remortgaging, complete our online conveyancing enquiry form for a quote which will be directed to your local branch in Bulwell or Hucknall or pop into your local branch office.
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