Taking responsibility for self-cert

Malle, Dev
May 2007
Mortgage Strategy;5/28/2007, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents an analysis regarding the self-cert mortgages aimed at the self-employed individuals in Great Britain. The self-cert volumes and fast-track mortgages are declining since lenders are increasing their loan to valuation ratio (LTV) for fast-track loans. According to the author, self-cert will continue to be in the market, since it aims to help those who are self-employed to get on the property ladder.


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