Award-winning Stoke Bishop mortgage broker

We are a Stoke Bishop mortgage broker and provide unrivalled relationship-based service for the people of Stoke Bishop, Bristol wishing to buy or re-mortgage residential, buy-to-let and commercial property in Stoke Bishop.

If you live in BS9 and need across the market mortgage advice in Stoke Bishop, from a leading UK mortgage broker, then speak to Fox Davidson mortgage brokers.

We provide the best mortgage advice on a face-to-face basis and can meet clients in our Bristol offices or at your home or place of work in Stoke Bishop.

Our areas of expertise include residential mortgages for first-time buyers, home movers and re-mortgages as well as buy-to-let mortgage advice and commercial mortgage advice.

Finance for business in Stoke Bishop

Fox Davidson are accredited members of the National Association of Commercial Finance for Brokers and regularly secure finance for businesses in Stoke Bishop.

We can secure commercial mortgages for local businesses in Stoke Bishop including finance for vets, doctors practices, dentist practices, semi-commercial units in Stoke Bishop, warehouses in Stoke Bishop and general business premises in Stoke Bishop.

Little-known facts about Stoke Bishop

Stoke Bishop is a suburb in North West Bristol, home to The Downs and Sneyd Park.

The estimated population of the district of Stoke Bishop is approximately 9,269 (2011).

Stoke Bishop has a number of listed buildings, including Stoke Lodge and Druid Stoke House.

House prices in Stoke Bishop

According to the property website Zoopla, the current average asking price of a property in Stoke Bishop is £785,769, as of 2021.

Detached houses in Stoke Bishop average £1,128,785, semi-detached property in Stoke Bishop averages £713,725, terraced property £430,817 and flats £401,065.

There is an increase in the sale value of 9.5% across all Stoke Bishop property types in the last year.

We look forward to working with you and helping you purchase your next house in Stoke Bishop and the surrounding areas.