Some traditional lenders require three years of accounts for freelancers before they will even consider giving a mortgage. With such low percentage rates many providers are happy to lend money with a more fitting amount of security and shopping around can provide excellent results.
Independant financial advisors can be a very good source of potential deals and, if familiar with your financial circumstances may hold sway with the provider to help leverage a deal.
Other sources of a good mortgage can be your local bank, as they know your financial situation better than anyone they may accept a mortgage proposal from you where others refuse.
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You can also read our Mortgage Advice page for the things to look out for when applying for a mortgage.