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Family Building Society partners with LMS for conveyancing

  • 01/12/2016
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Family Building Society partners with LMS for conveyancing
Conveyancing service provider LMS has joined forces with Family Building Society to provide the lender with its Panel Link service.

Brokers and customers using Family Building Society will have access to a fully vetted, open panel of law firms, LMS said.

Kathy Mendoza, director of legal and compliance, Family Building Society, said the partnership would enhance security and service for customers.

Andy Knee, chief executive of LMS, added: “Our new partnership with Family Building Society and National Counties is another vote of confidence in LMS, our offering and our service, and we are pleased to be strengthening our position in the market. We look forward to continue providing our partners with unparalleled diligence and service and cementing long-term relationships.”

The move comes as National Counties Building Society rebrands to Family BS for all new mortgage business today. current and new mortgage products will be accessible via the dedicated intermediary website, with automatic redirects from the National Counties intermediary website.

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