Buying a new home is an exciting time in your life. Stepping into a new house you own for the first time, there’s nothing like it.
Along with all the joy it brings, there is, of course, administration to attend to. If you are a first-time buyer, the paperwork to complete a mortgage may seem overwhelming and confusing. Moving your possessions and leaving your old place clean and tidy is enough to deal with, without having to get your head round all the legal and technical implications of a house sale.
At Saracens Solicitors in London, we have 12 years’ experience of helping people to buy homes. Our aim as your mortgage solicitor in London is to make everything as clear and simple for you as possible.
How does it work?
We carry out a conveyancing report on your new home. This means that we request information from the local authority and the water company to find out if there are any structural or environmental issues that could affect your home in the months or years to come.
We put all of this, and any other information you need to know before signing the mortgage contract, in an easy-to-read report, free of legal terms and jargon, so you know exactly what you are getting into. We will also explain to you your legal responsibilities in taking out a mortgage and what the bank requires of you.
Why choose Saracens?
As well as our many years of experience, we also have a client-led approach to being a mortgage solicitor in London, which directly benefits you. We work to build trust and understanding with you, so you know that you can be sure of the advice we give you. Our aim is to build solid, long-term relationships with clients, who will recommend us to their friends and family because of the quality of our service.
And we must be doing something right because we have been recognised by the Law Society twice for our work as a mortgage solicitor in London. We have been awarded Lexcel status and accreditation under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme. Only firms committed to providing excellence are given these accreditations.
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