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    • roasty79
    • By roasty79 16th Jun 17, 7:57 PM
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    Mortgage in a house that is having garden sold off separately
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    Mortgage in a house that is having garden sold off separately 16th Jun 17 at 7:57 PM
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    Wondered if anyone can help!
    We have put an offer on a house which has been accepted, it's needs total renovation! Due to other circumstances a small section at the bottom of the garden which has planning permission is going to be sold separately which suits us and the vendors have confirmed that they will discuss exact area etc!
    Anyway I've learnt that splitting land takes ages and our solicitor tells us that our purchase can continue and as long at the draft forms have been completed , the actual deeds can happen post exchange!

    ANYWAY will this affect us getting a Mortgage? We had a mortgage confirmed on the property but our advisor told us to pull out until the split was completed but then we have received this info from our Solicitor ...! Help ??
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