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How to get a mortgage - or remortgage - in Farnham Common


Farnham Common is an affluent village in Buckinghamshire County in the South Buckinghamshire District, around 21 miles west nort-west of Central London. It is pleasantly located and is on the border of Burnham Beeches, a well-known and beautiful beech forest popular with tourists. Landmarks include Yew Place, Farnham Park and Caldicott.

The M40 is the nearest major road, around 3 miles away and the village is roughly equidistant (around 5 miles) between Burnham Station, on the railway line connecting London Paddington and Reading, and Gerrards Cross Station, which is on the line connecting London Marylebone and High Wycombe.

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 

Get a Credit Card

A credit scoring agency needs for you to have a credit in order for them to score you. Get a credit card, use it and pay it off in full. You must pay it off in full, otherwise you will worsen your credit score. Your credit report will start to show a credit where you borrow money and pay it off –this is exactly what mortgage lenders want to see.

Remember, use it and pay it off every month, otherwise this won’t work. If you have struggled getting a credit card before, go to a company that offers credit cards to people with bad credit rating. The interest rate will be through the room, but don’t worry, because you are paying off the balance every month you won’t incur any interest penalties.
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Fixed Rate Mortgage

This type of mortgage loan involves repayments being fixed at a certain agreed interest rate for a set term with no adjustments. Their advantage is that a mortgagor knows exactly what has to be repaid each month for a set period and will be unaffected by for example sudden changes in the Bank of England base rate (which may or may not be to the advantage of the mortgagor).

Typically, the fixed period is 2 years, 3 years, 5 years or 10 years. When the fixed term has expired, these mortgages normally change to variable rate mortgages, where the repayments can float (go up or down) because the rate moves when an underlying index – most normally the Bank of England base rate – moves. When the fixed term ends, the mortgagor can opt renew a fixed rate contract.
SL2 3LR

Property Price Stats for Farnham Common


Average property price in Farnham Common £785,316
% Change compared to last year 17%
Population of Farnham Common c. 6,000


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 Farnham Common

  • Broomhill, Old Beaconsfield Rd, Farnham Common, SL2 3LR
  • 2 Kennedy Close, Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire, SL2 3NB
  • 55 Surrey Avenue, Slough, SL2 1DS
  • 31 Birch Grove, Slough, SL2 1EP
  • 24B Wiltshire Avenue, Slough, SL2 1BA

Local High Street Banks in Farnham Common

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Some branches may have closed down - Call 01344 567 887 for a Mortgage Broker covering Farnham Common

  • Metro Bank - 2-24 Farnham Rd, Slough SL1 3TA
  • Nationwide Building Society - 91 High St, Burnham, Slough SL1 7JZ
  • RBS - 67 High St, Slough SL1 1BZ

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Mortgage Broker Tips for the Conveyancing Process

Buying a home? Consider instructing a solicitor before anything else!

When you're looking to buy a home, it's a given that you'll be using a conveyancing solicitor (unless you're willing to risk a vast sum of money without the benefit of legal protection and expertise!).

Because the solicitor has to set up a file for you and you have to fill out forms and prove your ID/source of funds etc., the sooner you can do this, the more time you can save.

You do not have to have even picked out a property and made an offer at this stage! Ideally, you'll have applied for a mortgage and received a mortgage in principle, so you'll be in a position to look for houses within your budget range.

Matters like booking your mortgage valuation, booking a survey and getting searches can only occur once you've had an offer accepted, however instructing a solicitor is not dependent on this.

One advantage of this approach is that when it comes to putting in offers to vendors, telling them that you've already instructed your solicitor shows them that you're 'ready to go' and likely to be on the ball regarding the progress of any sale and a faster completion.

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