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We know that might have been a bit of a slog to provide all that information for us but it means we can now go to the lenders we think fit best and see what we are able to get for you to move towards your property goals. 

This next step can take anywhere from 5 to 10 working days and we'll be in touch as soon as we have anything from the lenders or need any more information from you. Please get in touch with Adam, Claire or Greg if you need anything from us or have any questions over the next few days.

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New Build Series - Part 3: The cost to build

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New Build Series - Part 1: Why build a new house?

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First Home Series - Part 3: Who's involved in your first home purchase?

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