There are many different aspects to acting as a mortgage solicitor in London at Saracens Solicitors. Not only do we need to be highly trained professionals with a strong knowledge of all of the aspects of buying and selling homes, we also have to prioritise people skills such as communication and empathy. This helps any house sale to go smoothly so it’s both practical as well as supportive for our clients.
When you buy a house with Saracens Solicitors, we will ensure that you have a continuous flow of clear, concise information so that you always know what is happening and what to do next. Here, we’ve compiled a few tips on how you can communicate with your mortgage solicitor to help the whole process move at the pace that you want it to.
Be clear with your mortgage solicitor about what you want
If you have any deadlines in mind or there are any special considerations that you want considered, such as the terms of a mortgage offer, make sure that you let us know right at the beginning. If we can meet your expectations, we will do our best to make it happen. We pass on pertinent information to the other party’s solicitors on your behalf.
Sometimes, we might need to discuss adjustments to your plans considering all of the complex factors involved in house buying. It is better that you know and can get ahead of the game. With property purchase, as with so many things in life, it is better to anticipate issues and avoid them than it is to fix them once that have already disrupted everything.
Return everything as soon as possible
Sometimes the paperwork involved in buying a house can seem a little daunting. It’s easy to slip it into a drawer for a week or two – especially if you come across something you aren’t sure about. This is understandable but, at Saracens Solicitors, we recommend talking to your mortgage solicitor in London rather than putting off the inevitable. Our friendly team are standing by to give you the support you need. With a little help from us, you may find that the problem isn’t as big as it seems.
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