Is that something you can even do? Does the lender not get a bit twitchy about that
I already owe these folks a FORTUNE but it is mighty tempting.
Quite often a solicitor will be approved to represent a lender anyway. If not, you can use your own solicitor to act for you and a lender’s solicitor ONLY to act on their behalf. It’s a little bit more expensive - but ultimately your solicitor will still report to you and will receive the info from the lender so it’s quite doable. Now I think of it that is what happened with the place we are now in.