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The benefits of using a mortgage broker if you're self employed

A plethora of changes in the mortgage market and the associated regulations have resulted in lenders becoming increasingly strict as to when they will approve people for mortgages.

A practical guide to DMP mortgage lenders

Debt Management Plans (DMPs) are informal agreements that allow you to pay off unsecured borrowing by making a single affordable payment on a monthly basis

Right to buy mortgage brokers

Right to buy is a Government scheme which enables council tenants to purchase their homes at an often considerable discount.

DMP mortgages explained

A debt management plan (DMP) is a repayment arrangement between you and your creditors covering non-priority debts such as credit and/or store cards, loans, overdrafts and other agreements such as mobile phone contracts.

Life after an IVA: How an IVA mortgage broker can help you

Having an IVA or other problems on your credit file can make getting many kinds of financial products rather more difficult.

Can I buy my council house with bad credit?

For many people, owning their own home is a dream and there is no reason why for most people it shouldn’t be an achievable one.

How much can I borrow on a mortgage if I'm self employed?

If you are self employed and don’t have a steady salary coming in each month, getting a mortgage in order to buy a house can be challenging.

Getting a mortgage without a credit score

There are lots of reasons why people don't have a credit history. Many savers who have carefully avoided taking out credit cards are dismayed to find that they can't get the mortgage they've been saving for - because they haven't been using a credit card!

Can I get a mortgage with no credit history?

Although a lack of credit might seem like a good thing as you don’t owe anything to anyone, it can actually become a negative if you’re trying to take out a loan or mortgage without a credit score.

Getting a Mortgage with a CCJ – Is it possible?

Yes. You can get a mortgage with a County Court Judgment. You just have to know where to look…