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Self-Employed Mortgage Calculator

Self-employed and want to know how much you could borrow on mortgage? You’re in the right place.

This self-employed mortgage calculator will show you how much you could be able to borrow on a mortgage.

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With your current deposit, that means you could buy a house up to the value of:

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Use our handy mortgage calculators as useful information purposes and guidance only. The figures are illustrative. Your actual mortgage payments may differ.

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