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One of the most important aspects of buying or selling your property is, of course, the mortgage. When you have paid off your mortgage you may wish to discharge it or, you may wish to re-mortgage your home at some point. Our mortgage solicitors in Glasgow can advice on all legal matters relating to your mortgage. For more information on mortgages for first-time buyers, please read our guide here.

Remortgaging & discharging a mortgage.

The best conveyancing solicitors also advise their clients on the financial aspects of buying and selling their property.

Discharging your mortgage in Scotland

Once your mortgage is paid, you can seek to have the mortgage discharged. Having a mortgage discharged in Scotland requires the assistance of a solicitor. A solicitor draws up the deed which discharges the mortgage and sends it to the Land Register to be registered. Once this happens, the title deeds are returned to you. Contact us for help in discharging our mortgage.


For the great majority of us, our house is our largest asset. Most of our capital is tied up in our homes. If you wish to realise this capital, you can remortgage your home. Remortgaging allows you to move from one lender to another, for instance to secure a more favourable deal. We can advise on all the legal aspects of remortgaging your property.

Our conveyancing & mortgage solicitors deal with property issues in Glasgow, Milngavie, Bearsden, Bishopbriggs, Cumbernauld, East Kilbride, Edinburgh and throughout Scotland.

Contact us for a Free* remortgaging consultation

For a Free* consultation with our conveyancing lawyers in Glasgow, East Kilbride, Edinburgh & throughout Scotland, call us today on 0808 178 7292 or complete our online enquiry form and let us help you.

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