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Poll: What’s holding back the self-employed mortgage market?

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 26/01/2017
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Poll: What’s holding back the self-employed mortgage market?
At the Specialist Lending Events in Harrogate and Knutsford this week, Aldermore's Charles McDowell said the self-employed are almost 5 million strong.

However, despite its power and diversity, the sector’s fragmented nature makes it hard for it to unite as a force to drive itself on.

Vote now in our poll below.

What is the self-employed mortgage market's biggest problem?

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