Self-Employed Borrower

Self-Employed Borrower

A borrower who must use tax returns to document income rather than information provided by an employer.

This complicates the process somewhat. See Qualification/Qualifying Self-Employed Borrowers.

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Enables Mortgage Originators to Automate Receipt of Tax Returns for Potential Self-Employed Borrowers
Today, SI and NI loans are available to people who earn documentable wage or salary (W-2) income and not just self-employed borrowers.
One lender made time for an entire staff of processors, loan officers and underwriters to attend a self-employed borrower session given by the lender's underwriting manager.
Besides, they only were following the agencies, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and how they underwrite self-employed borrowers.
The sector also fears that the Financial Services Authority's Mortgage Market Review could have a negative impact on lenders by raising their compliance costs, leading to more expensive mortgages, while it may also prevent a large section of self-employed borrowers from getting a home loan.
Self-employed borrowers or those in professions with cyclical income may have difficulty meeting these traditional requirements.
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A classic example we previously exposed is pushing self-employed borrowers into buying payment protection policies which they could never claim on.
Advances in the underwriting process for selfemployed borrowers and the advent of online applications now mean that more self-employed borrowers can get access to most of the marketleading deals on the market in the same way that employed borrowers can.
It may be even more challenging to prove reliance by banks extending loans, especially in cases involving self-employed borrowers who default on an obligation.
Life will be more difficult if you want to buy a home because lenders are wary of self-employed borrowers.
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