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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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    4
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Don’t apply for credit with old issues still active

Issues such as bankruptcy and county court Judgements stay on your file for six years, so wait until this time period is over before applying for mort credit.

You increase your chances of success if these have been removed from your file after the set time period.

Variable Rate Mortgage

There are two main types of mortgage – fixed rate and variable rate. The ‘fixed’ and ‘variable’ element of mortgages is the interest rate which is affected by the Bank of England base rate. With a variable rate mortgage, you cannot predict how much the interest rate will increase or decrease, hence it is considered a more risky option.

The rate is decided by the lender. If your rate decreases your repayments will be lower and hence you will save money. However the opposite can happen so you need to make sure you can afford higher repayments if you choose this type of mortgage.


Faversham is a market town in Kent, situated 10 miles west of Canterbury, 26 miles southeast of Rochester and 26 miles northwest of Folkstone. It is thought that a settlement on the site of Faversham has been around since pre-Roman times.

Between the 17th and 20th century the town was the centre of the explosives industry. The town is also home to several breweries, one of which was set up in 1698 and claims to be the oldest brewery in Britain. The market in the town is still held each week and this the longest running market in Kent, running for over 900 years.

Faversham Stone Chapel is amongst the landmarks in the town. It is the remains of the Church of Our Lady of Elwarton, an ancient monument. Another landmark is Faversham Parish Church which is a Grade I listed building on the site of the old Faversham Abbey. The central area of the town is historic and attracts visitors with its Georgian style.

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Property Price Stats for Faversham


Average property price in Faversham £278,696
% Change compared to last year 5%
Population of Faversham 19,316 (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

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Our Faversham mortgage broker can help you with your mortgage app;lication locally or in any of the surrounding areas including Oare, Graveney, Goodnestone, Ospringe, Lewston Street, Uplees and Teynham.

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Barclays, Court St, Faversham ME13 7AW

Natwest, Market St, Faversham ME13 7AF

Nationwide, Market St, Faversham ME13 7AA

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