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Our Mortgage Broker Guide to getting a mortgage in Epping

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

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    Approval/Decision in Principal (AIP/DIP)
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    Mortgage in Principal (MIP)
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Keep in mind your APRs at all times

You should always be aware of how much your borrowing is costing you and look to pay off high interest debts and rather run debt up on items with lower APRs.

A lower APR means lower interest payments which means less cash to shell out.

Joint Mortgage

Joint mortgages are mortgages which two (or more) people take out to buy a property typically when they live together. The mortgage sum granted is calculated according to 2 (or more) incomes and so is a way of getting a larger mortgage than if one person alone was applying for one.

The other side of a joint mortgage is that all of the borrowers are equally joint and severally liable . This means that if, for example, one person defaults on the required repayments, then the lender can pursue all parties on the mortgage to recover the money owed and ultimately it can repossess your home even if you yourself, out of all the signatories on the mortgage, have been making the correct, timely repayments.


Epping is in the Epping Forest district on the east side of Essex. It is fairly rural in aspect and has some very old buildings, many of which are listed.

Epping is the eastern terminus of the Central Line for access to Central London. Both the M11 and the M25 are nearby.

CM16 4DA

Property Price Stats for Epping


Average property price in Epping £506,429
% Change compared to last year 13%
Population of Epping 11,047 (2001)


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

Mortgage Broker Epping - Recently Completed

  • Amesbury Close, Epping, Essex, CM16 4JA
  • 19 Allnutts Road, Epping, Essex, CM16 7BD
  • 4 Hobbs Cross Cottages, Theydon Garnon, Epping, Essex, CM16 7NY
  • 16 Pike Way, North Weald, Epping, Essex, CM16 6BL
  • 37a Amesbury Close, Epping, CM16 4JA

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Mortgage Broker in and around Epping

Our Epping mortgage broker can help you with your mortgage app;lication locally or in any of the surrounding areas including Harlow, Cheshunt, Loughton, Waltham Abbey, Brentwood, Ponders End and Theydon Bois.

Which banks are local to you?


  • Lloyds Bank Plc - 154 High St, Epping CM16 4AQ
  • Barclays Bank Plc - 183 High St, Epping CM16 4BH
  • Natwest Bank Plc - 279 High St, Epping CM16 4BT

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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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