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Being self employed can be fantastic; flexibility, doing something you enjoy, managing a team around you to name a few. But getting a mortgage if you are self employed may not always be as straightforward as an employed person who can quite often simply provide their payslips. Whether you are a sole trader, part of a partnership, or a Limited Company Director, we get to know you and how you operate. We work with many lenders who accommodate self employed income in varying ways, and the way your income is assessed by a lender can impact how much the lender can offer you. Below are a few of the different self employment types we can support.

Self employed mortgages

Sole trader or partnership

As a sole trader, you operate under your own name and tend to receive

Limited company Director

Notes about ltd company director

Day rate contractor

Notes about day rate contractors

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