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    • Awilkins81
    • By Awilkins81 12th Mar 17, 11:33 PM
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    What is Tesco finance definition of a new build?
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    What is Tesco finance definition of a new build? 12th Mar 17 at 11:33 PM
    Does anyone know the definition for this lender for a new build even where it is a refurbishment? Also how much work needs to be done before it will be considered a 'new build'. We have since lived in the property and not a developer.
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    https://intermediaries.tescobank.com/lending-criteria/

    Have you checked that?
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