• Sole trader for a number of years but has recently converted to a limited company

    Written By Rana Last Updated On January 29, 2024

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    Most lenders will not lend you if you’ve recently converted to a LTD company and do not have at least 1 year trading accounts / SA302. But if you’ve accounts for at least one year trading as a sole trader and turned down for a mortgage just because you’ve recently converted to a LTD company, we’ve lenders on our panel, which can consider you offering a mortgage.

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