LMS extends partnership with Yorkshire Building Society

LMS will now provide remortgage services across the lender’s intermediary brand, Accord Mortgages

LMS, the conveyancing solutions provider, has today announced the extension of its services with Yorkshire Building Society (YBS).

LMS will now provide Fees Assisted remortgage services across the lender’s intermediary brand, Accord Mortgages.   Previously, LMS delivered remortgages for Accord Buy to Let customers only, but this has been extended to include residential mortgages for the intermediary lender. The partnership will be further extended in the future when more product streams, including purchase services and Panel Link, will be delivered across the whole YBS Group.

LMS is committed to changing conveyancing to benefit all stakeholders across the remortgaging process, with technological investment and development at the centre of a drive towards increased cross-industry collaboration. With over 25 years’ of experience working with some of the biggest banks and building societies, the extension of LMS’ services with YBS, the third largest building society in the UK, demonstrates the company’s endorsement to growth and improvement.

Nick Chadbourne, CEO at LMS, comments:

“We are delighted to extend our services with YBS. YBS is a perfect fit for LMS as it is committed to offering its members and intermediary partners the highest levels of service, integration, automation, and a truly digital customer journey. We look forward to continuing our development as we look to deliver further product streams.”

Chris Maggs, Senior Commercial Manager, Yorkshire Building Society, comments:

“The extension of LMS’ services is one that will give even more of our customers the benefit of a secure conveyancing process. LMS is well respected within the industry and we are pleased to support the company in its aim of driving further industry collaboration between lenders, brokers and law firms to enable a seamless process. We look forward to developing our relationship further together.”