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Harrison Financial Services is pleased to recommend Solicitors to you from a wide range of firms.

Whether you’re looking to remortgage or purchase a new property, we are in daily contact with the solicitors so are able to liaise with them on your behalf, saving you both time and hassle!

WHAT YOUR SOLICITOR WILL DO FOR YOU

On receipt of instructions your solicitor will:

> Acknowledge receipt of instructions to the client and the introducer

  

Send a Terms of Business letter & Mortgage Questionnaire to client

  

Request ID

  

Request searches

  

Request Redemption Statement(s) from current lender

  

Request Title Deeds (If Leasehold - Request details of freeholder from client/introducer)

On Receipt of Mortgage Offer

> Send Mortgage Documents (and Transfer Documents if applicable) to the client

  

Request any information/searches requested in the Mortgage Offer/Valuation Report        

  

Request up to date Redemption Statement(s) if necessary

  

Set completion date

  

Make sure all mortgage conditions are complied with

  

Report on the title to lender and request funds

  

Inform all parties of completion date

On completion

Receive funds from lender

  

Confirm redemption amount(s) with existing lenders

  

Finalise completion

  

Confirm figures with the client and/or the introducer

  

Release funds to all parties

  

Pay any balance due to the client

  

Pay any fees due to the introducer within 48 hours

HFS will work with your solicitor to aim to complete standard remortgages as soon as possible of receipt of the mortgage offer’. Please note that cases which are unregistered, leasehold, involve a matrimonial dispute or bankruptcy issues will require additional work and can take longer to complete. In such cases extra charges may be applicable.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Conveyancing Activities. 

‘The service we have received from H.F.S. has been professional, efficient, comprehensive and all delivered by an excellent and friendly team.’