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Organised by IPSE

As we move further into a cost of living crisis and mortgage rates continue to rise CMME discusses what you can do to navigate the ever growing mortgage bills.
Whether you are looking for a new mortgage, looking to re-mortgage or invest in a buy-to-let , as a self-employed you can be offered the same rates by lenders as any permanent employee.

If you are a self-employed professional looking to purchase a home, move into a new property, a property investor and looking to get the right deal on their current mortgage, this webinar is for you.

Join us to hear:

  • How is the housing market performing?
  • What is driving interest rate and where is it going?
  • How straight forward is it to get a mortgage as a self-employed professional?
  • What are the top 5 things that can help secure you a competitive?
  • How are rates for self-employed, are they competitive?
  • My deal is coming to an end what do I do next?
  • By the end of the webinar you should have a strong understanding of what you need to do a self-employed professional when securing your next mortgage deal.


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Simon’s career in the mortgage & protection sector spans more than 15 years, formerly as an advisor for several high street banks and latterly working in the whole of market mortgage broking sector.

Since joining CMME, Simon has helped the company become the largest provider of niche financial advice to independent professionals. He has been actively involved in assisting mortgage lenders to evolve their lending policies to better understand and cater for the bespoke needs of freelancers, contractors and the self-employed.

Now as the Head of Mortgage & Protection at CMME, alongside the management of the day to day operation, Simon continues to play an active role in advising mortgage lenders and industry bodies to champion the cause of the independent professional.
  • selfemployed
  • mortgages
  • costoflivingcrisis


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Mortgages Made Easy - Getting the right mortgage deal when self-employedLondon, United Kingdom