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25 May 12 #332906 by WhiteRose
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Part of the preparation for form E is to list a valuation of the family home.

How can a non-occupier LiP achieve this?

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25 May 12 #332909 by perin123
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If you go to the local estate agents and get some idea of other properties in the vicinity, that may be the only way? You could put on the form E that this is your estimate? I think it''s just an idea, lets face it what its worth and what it sells for are two different things!!

Am sure someone else in the know will reply soon. xx

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