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Author: By Ed Parry
Mortgagesorter >> Self Employed
If you’re self employed and you want a mortgage, the lender would seek proof of your income.
You would need to show three years audited accounts though some lenders will accept only two years.
If you haven’t been in business for long enough the lender should accept a letter of confirmation from an accountant.
But, if you can’t show the three years accounts, you may have to pay a larger deposit.
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