Contractor Mortgages Made Easy
Here at Ultimate Accountancy, we know the difficulties experienced by contractors when they try to get a mortgage. For this reason we have teamed up with Contractor Mortgages Made Easy (CMME), who are highly experienced in securing competitive funding for contractors. They are able to help you obtain your ideal property much sooner than you think.
If you have ever approached a lender directly, you have probably found that banks make unreasonable demands to see complex documentation, which can be difficult or impossible to obtain. A lack of understanding for your highly skilled profession and entrepreneurial method of working, on the lender’s part, usually diminishes any hope of securing the funding you need.
CMME believe that you should not be discriminated against just because you work in a profession which allows you to utilise your advanced skills, while maximising your earning potential. They have worked hard to educate the lenders surrounding contractors and the payment vehicles that they utilise, in order to find a solution to the problem. CMME have agreed a bespoke underwriting process with many lenders, who are prepared to work on your full gross contract value.
On your behalf, your consultant will engage with the underwriters upfront to establish how your application will be assessed, and any lending conditions that will apply. This places you in a position of knowledge before you proceed to application, which saves you valuable time and hassle. Getting your contractor mortgage shouldn’t hinder the excitement of buying your ideal property.
If you would like more information please visit: Contractor Mortgages Made Easy, or call 01489 555 080 to speak to a consultant directly.
Ultimate Accountancy are not authorised to offer regulated mortgage advice. Ultimate Accountancy are introducers to Contractor Mortgages Made Easy. Contractor Mortgages Made Easy is a trading name of Mortgages Made Easy Limited which is authorised & regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registration No. 414798. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.