Special Mortgage Offer for FreelanceUK's Self Employed Visitors
The best deals on self employed mortgages can often be found by sourcing a mortgage deal through a broker. A specialist broker will use their expertise and ensure that every application is placed in front of lenders who understand different working methods. This approach helps remove many of the difficulties faced by freelancers when dealing with financial institutions.
"We have always taken the view that if you are happy with the service that we provide when arranging your mortgage then you will be far more likely to use us in the future for other financial products. We aim to be the premier site used by UK Freelancers and the self employed for all things financial and would only ask that you spread the word!"
FreelancerMoney are specialists in providing freelancers with financial products, mortgages for the self-employed (including remortgages, buy-to-let mortgages), Pensions, Life Cover, PHI and ISA advice.
Please contact FreelancerMoney on 0333 370 8000 .
* 'FLEXIMORTGAGE' OFFER: Tax efficient Offset mortgages for freelancers via FreelancerMoney * Avoid paying tax on your savings by 'offsetting' funds against your mortgage instead. Remortgage and raise funds for debt consolidation, home improvements, business finance or simply to build a no cost financial buffer in an uncertain world...competitive interest rates open to freelancers within weeks of first contract.
“May I say your service has been fantastic from start to finish, very
communicative and helpful at every juncture. Please let your managers know that
I am wholly satisfied with everything you have done, and that because of it I
won’t hesitate to recommend your firm to my colleagues and friends. Thanks
again for everything, it wouldn’t have been possible without you.”
Dissayakunlanit, September 2014
FreelancerMoney is a trading name of ContractorFinancials Ltd which is directly authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Not all products are regulated by the FCA eg buy to let mortgages. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it.