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Rachel Silvester


Head of Residential Conveyancing

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Gemma Beardmore

Residential property solicitor

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Beth Stanway


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Rearranging the terms of your mortgage?

You may wish to remortgage your property to take advantage of more attractive interest rates or to amend your payment terms. Alternatively, you may wish to release some capital from your property to fund home improvements or help your children to get on the property ladder.

When remortgaging, many lenders will encourage you to use their own legal department to handle the conveyancing. However, it is important to seek independent legal advice on the implications and conditions of the remortgage. In particular, specialist advice is required where there is mixed use of the property, such as a combined commercial and residential development.

Myers & Co Solicitors have your best interests at heart and we can offer you independent legal advice and handle the remortgage for you. Our specialist team will make sure that you fully understand the terms of the new mortgage you are entering into and will check that the conditions imposed by your lender are fair and legal.

Get a free conveyancing quote

Call us on 01782 577 000 and one of our friendly and helpful team will provide you with a personalised quote for any of our services. Or you can receive an immediate online quote for:

  • buying or selling a freehold residential property;
  • buying or selling a leasehold residential property;
  • mortgage or remortgaging.

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist residential property solicitors provide conveyancing services throughout Staffordshire and Cheshire.  To find out more, contact us on 01782 577000.

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Useful resources

Guide to buying or selling your home


This details:

  • the conveyancing processes; and
  • the information which you need to collect.

Understanding conveyancing fees, searches and additional costs


This explains:

  • the basis of our legal fees
  • searches; and
  • the additional costs (disbursements).

Reducing the risk of property fraud


This guide outlines:

  • the information you will need to prove your identity; and
  • other steps to prevent fraud in conveyancing transaction.

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