Refinancing by switching to a Go Home Loan by using a lawyer or a conveyancing service can make the process more convenient. You could save interest and fees, helping you to get debt-free faster.
How the process works
To switch your lending to a Go Home Loan you could use a lawyer, or you could use a conveyancing company, such as the quick-and-easy Switchme service offered by Sanderson Weir. With the Switchme service:
- You won't need to take time off work to visit a lawyer. The Switchme team will look after all the paperwork for you, including repaying your old loan and registering your mortgage. Of course, you can still choose to see a lawyer for independent advice if you wish – it's up to you.
- You won't have to wait while documents and funds travel between you, your old lender and your lawyer. The entire transaction is managed for you, saving time and avoiding frustration.
- You won't have to negotiate legal fees or have any unexpected 'extra' costs. Switchme fixed legal and registration costs are quoted to you up front and cover all costs such as search fees, office charges and GST. However, you may incur additional legal costs if you choose to see a lawyer for independent advice.
- The documents can be delivered right to your door for you to check, sign and return in our convenient postage-paid envelope. Alternatively, your Adviser can deliver the documents and assist you with the signing.
For more information visit www.sandersonweir.com or contact the Switchme team on 0800 80 79 48.
Disclaimer: The information contained on this site is of a general nature and is intended as a guide only, outlining some of the features and benefits provided by Sovereign's Go Home Loans. All home loans are subject to our home loan lending criteria. Early repayment adjustments may apply. For loans with less than 20% equity a Low Equity Margin may apply. The lender is ASB Bank Limited via its nominee Mortgage Holding Trust Company Limited. The transactional account for Sovereign’s Go Home Loans is provided by ASB Bank Limited.