Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
When the valuation by a surveyor for the existing bank is substantially lower then market expectation. Force to get a second valuation which is in line with market expectation but with a different lender.
Having approach the first lender and complained about the surveyor valuation and I gave personal facts etc. They were all ignored. Now I am facing a cost of £25,000 plus the cost that I have incurred because the funds were not made available to me earlier.
Just to put it in perceptive the first lender surveyor valuation was £525,000 and the second was £750,000.
The first surveyor always had something against me or the property or both. I been advised there is nothing I can do. I cannot be the only one has suffered like this. The first bank is Aldermore.
Can I take any action against the bank since the surveyor had a direct contract with the Bank not me.
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