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but because they are talking about what they are willing to offer even before a formal offer, I’m not too worried.
I have read through this thread and am in a similar position to you all although mine is a remortgage.
My initial application went in during May, then had to send some more docs on 29th June. My broker heard from the underwriter on Monday, she had an initial query which if we couldn’t satisfy she wouldn’t take the application further. She was happy with what we sent through and then she sent some further questions and requests for further docs, nothing too bad. Now I can’t stop checking my emails, even though I know it may be 8 days. I’m just hoping they don’t say no and then I’m back to square 1!
Welcome! Seems like a really long time since May!! Do you have bad credit? Why Kent Reliance?
Mortgage brokers on a different thread said Kent Reliance very rarely decline mortgage past DIP stage as long as they are happy with docs
My credit score is fine, I just have a fair amount of debt and a self employed husband, the remortgage will clear all the debt and leave some for some much needed house improvements