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Broker IFA Conveyancing Introductions | Homebuyer Conveyancing

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Working With Your Broker / IFA to provide Home Movers with a Lender approved Conveyancer.

Your Mortgage Broker / IFA has spent time working with you to get the best mortgage deal that meets your needs.

Homebuyers and Investors forget that their mortgage broker can provide an insight into the best course of action when it comes to finding the right Conveyancer.

Of course you want an impartial Conveyancer but you also should check from your broker / IFA if you should use a Conveyancer that is on your Lender approved panel. 

You can search by Building Society / Bank on our website to find your Lender Conveyancer. Many IFA's are now using the Homebuyer IFA, Broker Conveyancing panel and software to showcase a nationwide panel of Conveyancers. All Homebuyers and Investors have their own preference. Some like the best price and some like a local Property Solicitor. We provide the search filters to search by price, distance and by Lender.

When you are buying or remortgaging buy to let or residential property it is wise to check with your Mortgage Lender if they have an approved Conveyancing panel. This will save you both time and money. So please check.

IFA's spend time comparing Mortgage lenders and they do this so that your financial needs are met. We provide a similar comparison approach.

You can look forward to finding the right Conveyancer for your property legal transaction.

We will be launching shortly a new innovative conveyancing software platform which has been tailored to suit both your Mortgage Adviser and Estate Agent. The complex process of conveyancing has been reinvented and as such your key property legal professionals can look forward to meaningful updates.

Sometimes we think we want to know all the detail but actually we just need to know key milestones. 

Such as:-

Is the Conveyancer that I have instructed now acting for me?

Does the Conveyancer understand that I want to be moved by a certain date? Is that achievable?

When will my property searches be carried out? Can I use a faster search on a New Build?

I took out Exchange Insurance and I got a bad Survey on my property - Can I find another and get my purchase costs back that I have paid out?

What date is set for my Exchange?

What date is set for my completion?

With so many questions it is clear that we only want to know the main ones.

We employed a legal professional to take the strain.





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