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Getting a mortgage can be a lot harder if you’re self-employed. The good news is most lenders will work with self-employed borrowers once they’ve taken a few extra steps. Watch this new Real Estate Minute to learn more.

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  • Unfortunately, we see many people who ignore their taxes until they realize that they need it when applying for a loan.

  • So I've got a question for you, I am self employed. 2015 I pretty much broke even but 2016 has been much better, about 80k net. And the trend looks even better, will lender's take the average of the two years or look at 2016 and the trend? Should I calculate the mortgage I will qualify for according to 80K net? and btw my credit is about 700 and I do not hold any loans/CC Debts etc..

    Thanks in advance,

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