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    • Ali03
    • By Ali03 12th Sep 17, 4:32 PM
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    Approve Subject to Valuation 12th Sep 17 at 4:32 PM
    Hi guys, I'm new to the house buying business and have had a call from NatWest saying that our mortgage has been approved subject to valuation. Can you tell me if this means as long as the valuation comes back fine then we will get a mortgage offer?
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    • 12th Sep 17, 4:48 PM
    Hi guys, I'm new to the house buying business and have had a call from NatWest saying that our mortgage has been approved subject to valuation. Can you tell me if this means as long as the valuation comes back fine then we will get a mortgage offer?
    Originally posted by Ali03
    I think it does, I'm in exactly the same position (survey to be done on 21st) and my broker has said all is well as long as valuation/survey is fine.
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    • By Ali03 12th Sep 17, 4:51 PM
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    Eeek it's so exciting. Ours is on Thursday. Fingers crossed for us both
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