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We understand how difficult it is to get home mortgages as a self-employed individual, and we get the frustration that comes with it. After all, you may have a better income than employed people, and your small business may be thriving. But you still get those words when you try to apply for a loan and those two little words hold you down and make it very hard for you to improve your lifestyle and get what you want.

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But, nevertheless, it is possible to get self-employed mortgages, and we are here to make sure of it. You will need to provide proof of income to secure a mortgage as a self-employed individual, including a two-year average of Line 150 on your tax return. You will need to have an excellent credit history, ideally without any payment delays and significant debts. There is also other paperwork involved regarding your business, and you will need to be able to provide a down payment of at least 10%.

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Contact Rampone-Marsh Mortgages for further guidance and find out how you can get a convenient self-employed mortgage loan.

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Applying for a mortgage shouldn’t be hard or confusing,
let’s break this down and make it simple for you!

Should I consider a mortgage to help with debt?

Yes. In fact, this is a common use of a mortgage loan. Many of our customers obtain a mortgage to consolidate credit card debt, renovate their kitchen, or invest.

What are Fixed and Variable rates?

In a Fixed Rate Mortgage, the interest rate is fixed for a specific amount of time. This period of time (the mortgage term) can range anywhere from 6 months to 10 years. Over the course of the mortgage, less of the payment counts toward interest and more toward the principal.

A Variable Rate Mortgage is one in which your interest rate will fluctuate with the Bank of Canada’s prime lending rate.. When rates go up, a larger portion of the payment goes toward interest. When rates go down, more of the payment goes toward principal.

What is an appraisal?

A written analysis prepared by a qualified appraiser and estimating the value of a property. The Appraised Value is an opinion of a property’s fair market value, based on an appraiser’s knowledge, experience, and analysis of the property.

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