Posted on 18 February 2016
When you are Self Employed it can be confusing as to what a Mortgage Lender requires from you in order to tell you how much you can borrow. You may have been told that you need a Full 3 Years Trading before any lender would consider offering you a mortgage.
But what do you actually need to show?
Below are some facts about obtaining a Mortgage when you are Self Employed
There are lenders that are willing to lend based on 1 Years Trading Accounts
Lenders may want to see your Company Accounts, obtain and Accountant Certificate or your SA302 forms from HM Revenue to prove your Income, not always all of them
You can work on your latest years figures even though there may have been a dip over the 3 years
If you have recently switched status (Sole Trader to Ltd Company)
For more specific advice, get in touch with Smith Cooper Mortgage & Finance Advice here.
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