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At this point speed is of the essence having found your ideal property and having had our support in successfully agreeing the very best price for you*; the formal homebuying process now commences. We would start by revisiting the advice previously given to ensure that despite any time that had elapsed between our previous meeting and the present day, our recommendations still deliver the right products to meet your needs. This is ultimately decision time and it is important we get this right first time, so the process thereafter is as swift and smooth as possible. This would ideally entail a meeting face to face, however, if telephone appointments would be more appropriate for you, this can be accomodated.

During these discussions we will present our final recommendations in full and prepare and submit all mortgage applications, protection applications and general insurance applications for underwriting with the respective third parties. This will involve your formal signatures to enable instruction of not only the applications but also your preferred valuation type on your new property alongside instructing your legal representative to commence the conveyancing process allowing the Estate Agent to take the property off the market. As your one port of call throughout the transaction we will be supporting you hereafter by way of regular progression calls to all third parties enabling us to keep you well informed throughout the process. It is rare that in our industry this process is conducted by the same individual that submitted your mortgage application, but here at Yellow Brick Mortgages we believe retaining control and consistency enhances your outcomes and ultimately your trust in our service.

*The products and services promoted here are not part of the Openwork offering and are offered in our own right. Openwork Limited accept no responsibility for this aspect of our business. These products are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE