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How to get a mortgage - or remortgage - in Didcot


Didcot is a large town in South Oxfordshire Borough within Oxfordshire and is 9 miles south of Oxford. It has large open spaces around it, such as Edmonds Park and the Garden of Remembrance and hosts Didcot Railway Centre at Didcot Parkway Station - a great day out for all ages who are interested in trains.

Other attractions include the Didcot Wave Leisure Pool Wave Leisure Pool & Gym in Newlands Avenue and Pendon INdoor Model Village and Railways in nearby Abingdon, which seeks to capture the the atmosphere and looks of Britain in the 1920s and 30s.

The mortgage application process has 4 stages regardless of which mortgage lender you use:

  • Approval in principal (AIP)
  • Mortgage in principal (MIP)
  • Mortgage valuation
  • Mortgage Offer

Read about the full mortgage process here - What is the mortgage process?

Mortgage Broker Tip 

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Fixed Rate Mortgage

A fixed rate mortgage is one where the interest charged on your monthly repayments is fixed for a particular set period; 2, 3, 5 and 10 years are the most common. You benefit by knowing exactly how much money you'll have to have put aside each month without having to worry about what is happening in the capital markets and whether the Bank of England base rate will rise (thus making your repayments more expensive).

When the set period comes to an end, your mortgage then becomes subject to the bank's standard variable rate (SVR) which means that it then moves in line with an index, which is most commonly the Bank of England's interest rate, referred to above. You can then opt either to stay on the SVR or to take out a new fixed rate mortgage, either with the same provider or with a new one.

Interest rates charged on fixed rate mortgages are often initially higher than for those chargeable under the SVR, however the repayment sum cannot rise higher meaning there's more peace of mind. You should be wary, however, of leaving a fixed rate mortgage before the fixed period has finished, because you'll normally have to pay a hefty early repayment charge to do so.
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Property Price Stats for Didcot


Average property price in Didcot £275,145
% Change compared to last year 5%
Population of Didcot 134,300 (2011)


The property price data is sourced from the Land Registry's UK House Price Index and you can view up to date property prices by clicking - Land Registry House Price Index >> Land-Registry

RECENTLY COMPLETED MOVES IN Didcot

  • Annex 19, Mereland Road, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 8BE
  • 78 Mereland Road, Didcot, Oxon, OX11 8AY
  • Broadway, Didcot OX11 8RN
  • Wantage Road, Oxon, OX11 0BT
  • 5 Abbott Road, Didcot, Oxon, OX11 8JB

Local High Street Banks in Didcot

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Some branches may have closed down - Call 0333 344 3234 for a Mortgage Broker covering Didcot

  • Lloyds Bank Plc - Market Place, Didcot OX11 7LQ
  • Barclays Bank Plc - 125 Broadway, Didcot OX11 8AW
  • Natwest Bank Plc - 124 Broadway, Didcot OX11 8AD

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Mortgage Broker Tips for the Conveyancing Process

Getting financial help towards your deposit from a family member?

To save yourself delays in the conveyancing process further down the line:

1 The family member must decide whether it's a gift or a loan.
2 If it's a gift, you must ensure that the person gifting fills out a gifted deposit letter with the correct information.

The correct information must be set down and the letter must be signed by witnesses. The giver will also have to provide ID and proof of funds. If the giver isn't a family member, you must tell your mortgage lender as this can sometimes cause issues.

For further information about these matters, including a useful template, please click on Gifted Deposit Letter

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