Received nationwide offer - do i need to confirm it or is that it?

georgemanor Forumite Posts: 9
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Hi All, I've received the offer letter text and a day later through the post.

Nothing suggests I need to sign and return anything but just double checking whether I need to confirm something by signing and returning a form? this is just a standard new mortgage.


  • user1977
    user1977 Forumite Posts: 11,761
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    If they don't ask you to, then no - normally there is nothing and "acceptance" is the completion of the mortgage via the solicitors.
  • summerb64
    summerb64 Forumite Posts: 68
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    You don’t need to sign and return anything, you are now just awaiting exchange of contracts and completion and they will be in touch with your broker and solicitors. 
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