Unless you are staying with the same lender, you’ll need a legal specialist to handle your remortgage.

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The fast, friendly, down-to-earth legal service for your remortgage

People choose to remortgage their homes for many reasons, such as obtaining a better deal, consolidating debts, or releasing equity for other projects. When switching lenders, however, the legal aspects involved are similar to purchasing a house, and you need the services of a conveyancing solicitor.

Our team of residential property solicitors specialises in remortgaging and provides a friendly, efficient and personalised service for a fixed fee. In addition, we are included on the approved list of solicitors for all major UK lenders. This means that we can usually handle your lender’s legal work simultaneously, avoiding any additional expenses or delays.

We will discuss your goals with you and give you clear advice on your options and any implications in a timely manner. With offices conveniently located in St Albans, Harpenden and Luton, we are always within easy reach.

The remortgaging process does have one clear advantage compared to buying a house;  it is generally much quicker. Once you receive an offer from a lender, the entire remortgage process can often be completed within a few days, tailored to your convenience.

To discuss your conveyancing needs or any aspect of the process, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our specialist property conveyancing team.


OUr Residential Property team


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