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  • Case study: How to get the best possible mortgage for your earning as an IT contractor

    Mr Khan is a successful IT contractor who wanted to upscale his home in Hertfordshire for a growing family.

    He needed to find the right mortgage but he encountered a problem. All the lenders he approached wanted to base their mortgage offers on his Limited company’s business accounts. This would ha…

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    Updated by Clayton-Welch Associates on Tuesday, October 30, 2018
  • Income protection: Is your house safe from repossession if you fall ill?

    What would happen if you fell ill or were injured and had to live on statutory sick pay of less than £100 a week? How would you pay your bills?

    More importantly, could you be at risk of losing your family home because you can’t keep up your mortgage repayments and don’t have income protection insura…

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    Updated by Clayton-Welch Associates on Friday, October 5, 2018
  • Interest rate rise: what happens to mortgages?

    From a historic low of 0.25% in 2017, the Bank of England’s interest rate has crept up to 0.75%, admittedly still a low figure, but representing a tripling of the base interest rate since last summer. If this trend continues, what could it mean for would-be homeowners or anyone looking to re-mortgag…

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    Updated by Clayton-Welch Associates on Friday, October 5, 2018
  • How can I fund a mortgage if I’m a contractor or self-employed?

    How can I fund a mortgage if I’m a contractor or self-employed?


    You bravely struck out as an independent contractor or a construction sub-contractor, you’ve built up a successful business through hard work and professionalism and now you’re in a position to put a deposit on a house.

    But despite all …

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    Updated by Clayton-Welch Associates on Friday, August 17, 2018
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