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Junior Member

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Posted - 31 October 2008 :  15:08:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi I would just write to the mortgage company and they can tell you what you should do

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Posted - 31 October 2008 :  15:21:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good idea, haven't got the number on me so will do it first thing Monday. As you say it will be something to aim for and will definetly make it feel more real!!!!

How should I word the letter to the mortgage company as I haven't gone BR yet.

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Posted - 31 October 2008 :  15:36:47  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I hadn't gone br then so not sure sorry may be just tell them you can't afford the payments and would like to hand back the keys

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Posted - 31 October 2008 :  16:57:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I haven't had the experience of the mortgage side, been in rented since splitting from the ex. But i would imagine if i was in that situation and planning to go BR very soon i'd just tell them what my intentions are. Probably get yourself a date first for your BR though. Just my thoughts i'm no expert in this so you might just want to get some professional advice first.

You will be fine it just probably all feels a bit daunting right now but it really does get easier i promise.

Have a good weekend

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