Been Told it's 'Impossible' to Get a Mortgage When You're Self-Employed?
We've Helped 100's of Self-Employed People Get Great Mortgage Deals - and We'd Love to Help You Too!
My wife and I are both self employed and were worried that we wouldn't be able to get a mortgage to purchase some investment property. James explained how our income would be assessed by a range of lenders and that not all lenders view self-employed income in the same way. As our business had been up and down we didn't think the lenders would understand the reasons. However James went away with all the information and he then worked with the accountant to find the most appropriate solution for us. It made the process straight forward and we were able to let the experts work together for us
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