Mortgage Pannell can help you on your hunt for the perfect Scottish windows conveyancing solicitor.
About Scottish windows
Founded in 1815, Scottish windows is a life insurance and pensions company headquartered in Edinburgh. Scottish windows offer a varied product range to its customers.
Scottish window solicitors can help you with:
conveyancing solicitors approved by Scottish window can aid you with your house purchases’. Scottish window offers a range of flexible mortgage’s for house purchase. There flexible mortgages have a number of benefits;
- Borrow up to 90%
- Offset facility
- Additional mortgage borrowing
Scottish window re-mortgage package offers a free valuation, and free legal or £300 cashback on completion.
Why do Scottish window provide have to select a panel for conveyancing solicitors?
Scottish window provides only work with a select panel of conveyancing solicitors. They regularly review the criterion for the conveyancing solicitors whom they work with to ensure that you receive the best possible service. Solicitors that are approved by Scottish window provide offer high standards of legal services by offering value for money, innovation and stellar legal advice.
Where are Scottish window conveyancing solicitors based?
Scottish window conveyancing solicitors are located across England and Wales. They offer the best conveyancing services in the country and are highly accessible.
Does my conveyancing solicitor need to be on the panel for Scottish window?
Mortgage lenders are very strict with who they work with. Your conveyancing solicitor can carry out the work for you but will need to outsource the paperwork relating to your mortgage. There is a risk that this will slow down the chain.
Do I need to use a solicitor for my conveyancing?
Most mortgage lenders insist that a professional does the paperwork. It is recommended that you use someone with an in-depth understanding of the process.
What happens if my conveyancing solicitor is not on the panel for my mortgage lender?
Some lenders will charge you extra. This can range between £250-£400 depending on the lender.