Both firms say they have a “common goal to enable brokers to deliver reliable and transparent customer service when it comes to remortgaging”.
ProConveyancing adds it has been operating with estate agents, brokers, lenders, auction houses and other property professionals offering conveyancing services for the last two years.
The move comes after LMS launched a software programme, called Dart, that allows firms to automate simple remortgage cases earlier this month.
LMS Commercial Director Travis Scholes says: “ProConveyancing has been a hand-picked partner of Select for many years, and we know our vision aligns with theirs when it comes to driving customer focus in the remortgage market.
“We know our technology and their legal expertise really delivers results for lenders, brokers and their customers and partnering with them to offer this incentive is a testament to that.
“Amid the cost-of-living crisis and capacity issues putting pressure on them, brokers and lenders are trying to navigate new and efficient ways in which they can support their clients to find the best options for them, and we’re confident this partnership will provide that.”