Use this blog post to help clients who are self-employed improve their odds of securing a mortgage. This can also be useful to send to prospects who aren’t buying now, but may be in the next few years.
- Mortgage Tips for the Self-Employed
- Self-employed? Improve your odds of getting a mortgage.
- Yes, You Can Get a Mortgage if You’re Self-Employed
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Many people who are self-employed think it’s impossible to qualify for a mortgage. While it can be more difficult, there are some things you can do to improve your odds. Here’s how…
From the post:
“The so-called “gig” economy means more people than ever are self-employed, receiving 1099 tax forms as independent contractors. In the world of the self-employed, the idea of securing a mortgage can seem like a fantasy. Unlike the traditionally employed, the self-employed entrepreneur is seen as a greater risk. Despite making a good living, some self-employed workers never even apply for a mortgage, believing the dream of home ownership is cut off by slim chances for approval.
This isn’t necessarily true! Don’t give up on home ownership just because you’re self-employed. Instead, take the steps to boost your status in the eyes of lenders. Here are some tips to put you on the path towards pre-approval…”
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