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12 Mar 08 #16574 by geeback
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I have been informed by a third party, that when valueing the house, a moving fee of approx £6000 should be deducted from the value - is this true, if so, in what circumstances?
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12 Mar 08 #16601 by dukey
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Hello Geeback

If this valuation is for form E then no you enter the full value usually three seperate valuations to agrea the average.

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12 Mar 08 #16602 by peterc
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dont forget the estate agents fee and the sol's fee for selling the property

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12 Mar 08 #16607 by dukey
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Sorry Peterc

good piont thanks is that what you meant by moveing fee geeback my bad

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12 Mar 08 #16637 by sexysadie
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I don't think you should put in all those fees unless there is an intention to sell the house. If it is a matter of one person buying the other out then these costs are not incurred so shouldn't be included. So I think Dukey is right though if selling is likely to be inevitable you might want to put somewhere else on form E that these expenses will be incurred.

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