Get the mortgage you deserve
Being self-employed shouldn’t stop you from securing the mortgage you deserve. But all too often, self-employed professionals are penalised by banks and lenders who can view them as higher risk.
It’s time to ‘bust’ the myths surrounding mortgages for the self-employed:
- It can be much harder to get a mortgage
- You need at least 3 years’ Limited Company Trading Accounts
- You’ll have to pay a higher rate of interest
- Lenders prefer low risk industries
IPSE is proud to partner with CMME, one of the UK’s leading mortgage brokerage services, specialising in providing mortgages for the self-employed.
CMME can help you secure a mortgage that’s affordable and tailored for you, based solely on your annualised income level.
Whether you are looking to buy your first home, re-mortgage your existing home or simply want to understand how much you could borrow, CMME’s experienced team of consultants can help.
- Dedicated helpline for all IPSE members
- Borrow up to 5 x your annualised income
- Access to some of the most competitive rates in the market
Deals designed exclusively for self-employed professionals
- Experts in complex income
- 93% of client applications are successful
- Rated 4.9 / 5 by CMME clients on Feefo!
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IPSE are not authorised to offer regulated mortgage advice. IPSE are introducers to CMME.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
CMME is a trading name of CMME Mortgages and Protection Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA reg. 414798). Registered in England No. 04886692. Registered Office: Albany House, 5 Omega Park, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 2QE. Please be aware that Commercial Mortgages, Overseas Mortgages and some Buy To Let Mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Calls may be recorded for training and security purposes and to improve the quality of our services.
IPSE members free mortgage helpline!
Now there’s a dedicated mortgage advisory helpline for IPSE members, offering upfront advice with no obligation to continue using the service if you decide not to progress.