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Searches came back with flood risk, need advice

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  • theymademedoit
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    Tancred wrote: »
    Where did you source the Nationwide quote from? Fresh Insurance will cover flood risk areas - so that's an alternative.
    direct from them over the phone
  • theymademedoit
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    This still does not really answer the question of whether you will sell easily or not in the future. Only time will tell

    Wish you every happiness in your new home

    I know what you mean, however houses in that area are selling as soon as they go on the market!
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