Mortgage valuation
Property Investment

spabbygirl
spabbygirl
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7 months ago
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I am about to borrow £150ish to buy out my sister's share of an HMO we jointly own, I have to borrow to buy her out. I see I have to pay for a valuation fee as part of my loan and some of the valuations from estate agents differ quite a bit. 

But if I use the same financial advisor as my sister, does that present any conflict of interest for the valuer or financial advisor? Or does s/he work in my favour since I'm paying for them? Or are they really independent? I know they say they are, but are they? 

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