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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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Don't hold and max out just one credit card

If you're close to maxing out the credit on the only credit card you hold, you'll be less able to respond, e.g., to an emergency – you might suddenly, for example, need to pay a mechanic to fix your car. This is a good reason to hold at least one other unused credit card.

You may also protect your credit score better: people who max out a single credit card are often regarded as being more likely to miss future repayments.

Current Account Mortgage

Current account mortgages are a version of offset mortgage where your current account and mortgage are converted to one account. The idea is that when you get paid, the credit reduces your mortgage sum, so mortgage repayments become cheaper, however the more of your pay you use, the more that the repayments rise to 'normal' levels.

The more your account is in credit, the more capital you'll pay off. You can't normally access discounted rates with this kind of mortgage.


Newark or Newark-on-Trent is a pleasant market town the Newark and Sherwood District of Nottinghamshire County, standing on the River Trent on the Fosse Way, which once was an important roman road. Landmarks and attractions include the runied Newark Castle, the 16th century Governor's House and the Church of St Mary Magdalene, which has an octagonal spire.

NG23 7LT

Property Price Stats for Newark


Average property price in Newark £152,065
% Change compared to last year 6%
Population of Newark ‎27,700 (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

Mortgage Broker Newark - Recently Completed

  • Baptist Lane, Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG23 7LT
  • The Nunnery, 8 Southend, Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG23 7LL
  • 104, Middleton Road, Newark, NG24 2DN
  • 17 Wood Street, Newark, NG24 1PN
  • 33 Kirk Gate, Newark-on-Trent, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24 1AB

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Our Newark mortgage broker can help you with your mortgage app;lication locally or in any of the surrounding areas including Farndon, Hawton, Balderton, South Muskham, Winthorpe, Brunswick Park and Fernwood.

Which banks are local to you?


  • Lloyds - 27-28 Stodman St, Newark NG24 1AW
  • TSB - 37 Castle Gate, Newark NG24 1BD
  • Barclays - 41 Market Place, Newark NG24 1EJ

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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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