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How to get a mortgage - or remortgage - in Exeter


Exeter is a cathedral city in Devon County and was the most south-westerly Roman fortified settlement in Britain. Attractions and landmarks include Exeter Cathedral, Exeter Synagogue (the 3rd oldest in Britain), Rougemont Castle and Northernhay Gardens, the oldest public open space in Britain.

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 

Be wary of fraud

Identity fraud is on the increase and can seriously damage your credit score. This is another reason to check your credit file regularly: in the searches section particularly, you should examine it to see if there's any which you don't recognise (double-check with the named lender).

If you think you've become a victim of identity fraud, you should report this to Action Fraud.
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Help to Buy Mortgage

If you take up the Government's Help to Buy Scheme to buy a New Build home, the Government provides up to 20% of the purchase price in the form of a repayable equity loan (up to 40% within the Greater London area) to add to your 5% deposit then you pay for the rest of the asking price via a Help to Buy Mortgage.

This mortgage will therefore be for a maximum of 75% of the purchase price (55% in Greater London) and the maximum purchase price is £600,000. Want to find out more? Click on Help to Buy Mortgages
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Property Price Stats for Exeter


Average property price in Exeter £247,285
% Change compared to last year 5%
Population of Exeter 124,328 (2014)


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 Exeter

  • Flat 2, 4 Lansdowne Terrace, Exeter, EX2 4JJ
  • 8 Colleton Hill, Exeter, EX2 4AS
  • 22 Bedford St, Exeter EX1 1GJ
  • 332 Pinhoe Rd, Exeter EX4 8AJ
  • 121 Okehampton Rd, Exeter EX4 1EP

Local High Street Banks in Exeter

Find a mortgage lender near you:
Some branches may have closed down - Call 0333 344 3234 for a Mortgage Broker covering Exeter

  • Barclays - 3 Bedford Street, Exeter EX1 1LX
  • Lloyds - St Thomas Centre, 13 Cowick St, Exeter EX4 1DF
  • Natwest - 18, St Thomas Centre, Cowick St, Exeter EX4 1D

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Mortgage Broker Tips for the Conveyancing Process

Selling your property? Complete all the required property forms and collect all the required information and return it to your solicitor as soon as possible.

As a seller, the best way you can save time in the conveyancing process is by getting all the information your solicitor needs to them as soon as possible – your tasks are 'front-loaded'!

Anyone buying or selling a home firstly has to prove their ID to the solicitor representing them but a seller you have to complete property information and fixtures and fittings forms (as well as a leasehold information form, if relevant) and return them to your solicitor along with your original title deeds and other relevant information.

This may seem a lot to do, but once you've finished these tasks to the best of your ability, your solicitor can fully devote themselves to making the remaining conveyancing process run efficiently.

Our website explains all the forms and information mentioned; a good place to start finding out more is to click on Property Information Form TA6 explained

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