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Getting a mortgage when you have a poor credit score

People with a poor credit rating or no previous credit history can get a mortgage, even though in many cases they have been turned down elsewhere. The same can be said for the self employed who now have much greater choice.

The attitude of lenders towards people with bad credit has changed immensely in recent years and there is no longer a plethora of lenders to choose from. However there are still some who will treat every case on its individual merits, and a bad credit history is certainly not a barrier to getting a mortgage or remortgage.

Whether you're self employed, have an irregular income, CCJs, mortgage arrears, defaults, are a discharged bankrupt or have unusual personal circumstances, getting a mortgage needn't be a problem.

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Mortgages with poor credit rating

Mortgages for the Self Employed

Overcome a poor credit score

A chequered financial history will harm your credit score when a lender undertakes a credit check. Many people, for a huge number of reasons, suffer with a low credit score. The majority of them have defaulted through no fault of their own - illness, redundancy and relationship break-ups are the cause in a vast number of cases. For many traditional lenders, this would not be acceptable and they'd expect you to have a perfect credit record.

However specialist lenders offer transparent and good value mortgage options to consumers who are not catered for by traditional lenders. Many sub prime lenders are specialist divisions of the big high street banks.

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