Would you love to buy your first home, but feel a bit baffled and overwhelmed by the paperwork and legal requirements?
There’s no need to worry: all you need to do is partner up with a mortgage solicitor in London who has your best interests at heart.
Here at Saracens Solicitors, we believe we do. That’s because we pride ourselves on our client-centred approach to mortgage advice:
- We have 13 years’ experience as a mortgage solicitor in London;
- We see our clients as people, not pieces of paper. We work in partnership with you to create the best possible outcome by building trust and rapport;
- We provide our clients with regular clear and simple reports, devoid of jargon and technical language so you know exactly what is going on with your property;
- We give you a dedicated legal advisor who is your one point of contact for all queries and concerns, whom you can contact at any time;
- We aim to build long-term relationships of mutual benefit with our clients. If you leave us with a happy heart and a wish to recommend us to your friends and family, we see that as our job well done;
- We are recognised for excellence by peers: the Law Society has awarded us Lexcel status and accredited us as part of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme. Only first-rate firms receive these awards.
How does conveyancing work?
Conveyancing is simply the word used to describe the process of changing the ownership of property, which in England, must be carried out by a licensed professional, such as a solicitor.
Once instructed, the mortgage solicitor in London will carry out a conveyancing report on the home you want to buy. This involves asking the relevant local authority and water company for information to find out if your home or the local environment is likely to be affected by any structural or environmental issues in the years to come.
As your mortgage solicitor in London, we put this information into a report, in plain language, so you can easily understand if there are any issues likely to affect your potential new home and we also outline your responsibilities to the bank in taking out a mortgage with them.