Firstly, let's look at what everybody needs to get a mortgage, and then see what you need in addition based on your personal circumstances
- A copy of your passport
- A copy of your driving license
- A copy of a utility bill or bank statement within the last 3 months
- Three months' worth of bank statements showing your income/ or how you are credited
- Evidence of how you are going to pay a deposit via a bank statement and an explanation of where the funds have come from
- Details of any debts and assets
- Credit report
What documents do I need if I am employed to get a mortgage?
- The last 3 months' worth of payslips, or 13 weekly payslips
- Your latest P60 any annual bonus or commission intended to be used as a deposit
- All payslips where bonuses have been used over a 2-year period
What documents do I need as a Sole Trader, a Partnership, or a Limited Company to get a mortgage?
- The last 2 years of personal tax calculations from HM RC or your Accountant
- The last 2 years of corresponding tax overviews from the HM RC
- The last 2 years of filed company accounts
- The last 3 months' worth of business bank statements
What documents do I need as a Daily Rate Contractor to get a mortgage?
- A copy of your current contract confirming your daily rate
- Copies of all contracts which cover the last 2 years
- A copy of your linked in profile or up-to-date CV to evidence your experience
What documents do I need if I rely on property income to get a mortgage?
- The last 2 years of personal tax calculations from HMRC on your Accountant
- The last 2 years of corresponding tax year overviews from HMRC
- The last 2 years filed property income accounts
- The latest tenancy agreement(s)
- The latest mortgage statement(s)
What documents do I need if I am retired to get a mortgage?
- A letter from the HM RC to confirm your state pension amount
- A pension statement(s) and your latest P60to evidence private pension
A pension statement(s) and your latest P60 to evidence private pension
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PLEASE NOTE: Article written 29/10/21. Information contained within this article is likely to change and therefore should not be relied upon or form part of any form of decision making without seeking professional advice.
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