20 Jun, 2019

Do I need to engage a solicitor when switching mortgage?

You will require a solicitor to handle the legal work both for you and your mortgage lender.
When switching your mortgage your solicitor will request title deeds from the existing lender, certify title for the new lender and also review and work on the mortgage loan offer documentation with you. Once you receive your mortgage approval in principle you can engage your solicitor. You will need to meet with your solicitor to sign loan offer documents.

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