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  • Fixed legal fee
    A fixed legal fee conveyancing quotation gives you peace of mind that what you are quoted for is what you pay. No hidden charges and no hourly rates. Find out how a fixed legal fee conveyancing quote with Home Legal Direct will benefit you.
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  • Our conveyancing panel are regulated by the SRA
    The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public and promote the public interest by ensuring that solicitors meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.
    or CLC
    The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is the regulatory body for licensed conveyancers in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public by ensuring that licensed conveyancers meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.

Three reasons customers love us

Using us gives you all the benefits associated with comparison sites, conveyancing panels, and high street conveyancers

Cost savings
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We pass you the savings we get from our competing panel.

Flexibility
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Many conveyancing firms mean many options.

Support
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We hold your hand through the process.

Trusted professionals from start to finish

Knowledgeable and helpful advisors

Our conveyancing advice teams are trained by conveyancers to understand the conveyancing process so that they ask all the right questions ahead of time!

Attentive and responsive support team

We do not just pass you to a conveyancer. We continue to support you by making sure you are looked after and stepping in if you have any queries.

Regulated and vetted conveyancers

We have taken the time to find a balance between price, reputation, and expertise in our panel. We use the best conveyancers and hold them to high standards of service.

What you can expect

STEP 1
Get a fixed, no move, no legal fee, quote
STEP 2
Talk to our conveyancing advice team
STEP 3
Instruct us to connect you to a conveyancer
STEP 4
Get a welcome call from your conveyancer onboarding team
STEP 5
Do your legally required identity checks
BEYOND…
Continue your journey with us

We take the time to help you understand purchase conveyancing

Remortgaging is the process of switching your mortgage to a new lender or to a new mortgage product with your current lender. It can be done for a variety of reasons, such as to secure a lower interest rate, to release equity from your property, or to consolidate debt. The process of remortgaging typically involves the following steps:

  1. Assessing your current situation: Before you consider remortgaging, you should assess your current financial situation, including your credit score and the value of your property. This will help you determine if remortgaging is the right option for you, and what type of mortgage product may be suitable.
  2. Finding the right lender: Once you have assessed your situation, you can start looking for a new lender or mortgage product that suits your needs. This can be done through a mortgage broker, who can help you compare different products and find the best deal for you, or you can do it yourself by shopping around and comparing different lenders and products.
  3. Applying for the new mortgage: Once you have found the right lender and mortgage product, you will need to complete an application, which will typically include a credit check and a valuation of your property.
  4. Legal process: After the lender has approved your application, legal process begins. A conveyancer will handle the legal process of transferring the mortgage from the current lender to the new lender. This includes reviewing and approving the new mortgage documents and ensuring that the title of the property is in order.
  5. Completion: Once the legal process is completed, the new lender will release the funds to pay off the outstanding balance on your current mortgage. From this point on, you will make your mortgage payments to the new lender.
  6. It’s important to consider the costs of remortgaging, such as legal fees, valuation fees, and early repayment charges, as well as the potential savings that can be made by securing a lower interest rate. Additionally, it’s important to have the right professional help, such as a mortgage broker or a conveyancer, to ensure the process runs smoothly.
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  • Fixed legal fee
    A fixed legal fee conveyancing quotation gives you peace of mind that what you are quoted for is what you pay. No hidden charges and no hourly rates. Find out how a fixed legal fee conveyancing quote with Home Legal Direct will benefit you.
    conveyancing quote
  • No move no legal fee
    At Home Legal Direct, our No Move No Legal Fee conveyancing promise gives peace of mind in knowing that if your property transaction falls through, the cost of legal fees are protected. With approximately 1 in 3 home moves not completing, having the No Move No Legal Fee promise in place gives added peace of mind throughout the conveyancing process.
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  • Our conveyancing panel are regulated by the SRA
    The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public and promote the public interest by ensuring that solicitors meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.
    or CLC
    The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is the regulatory body for licensed conveyancers in England and Wales. Its main purpose is to protect the public by ensuring that licensed conveyancers meet high standards of professional conduct and provide a high-quality service to clients.

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