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    foolishqueen
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    • 16th Dec 06, 3:14 PM
    Valuation Instructed 16th Dec 06 at 3:14 PM
    Afternoon all,

    A quick quesiton if you wouldn't mind:

    Just had confirmation from my broker that the valuation has been instructed. Does this mean that my lender (NR) will proceed with my mortgage to offer on the assumption that the survey is ok? i.e. I won't be turned down due to credit checking or that sort of thing.

    I got an AIP from NT a couple of weeks ago, and my broker submitted the application on Tuusday. Looking at my credit file I can see another search on that day from NR again - is that likely to be NR or my broker?

    Thanks.
    Dave.
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