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Self-Employed Remortgages Fixed For 2 Years

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  • Specialist advice
  • 5 star rated on Google
  • Use your latest year net profit
  • Secure client portal
  • Larger income multiples for high earners
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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage

Fixed-rate mortgage
deals for company directors

At SEMH, we can find you a great fixed-rate mortgage, even with just one year's limited company accounts submitted to HMRC.

Income can be assessed using your salary and dividends or salary and share of company net profit. We can also just use your latest year's figures.

Salary and pre-tax net profit is also possible, depending on circumstances.

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Takes 90 seconds. No credit check.

Save time and get approved faster

Welcome to the faster, more convenient way to get a self-employed mortgage.

Using the latest mortgage tech, automation and open banking, we've made your digital mortgage journey faster and easier than ever.

For example, your advisor can perform affordability and credit checks, ID verification, and product sourcing in a fraction of the time it takes with other brokers.

The end result? You save time and hassle and get your mortgage approved quicker.

Always know how your application is progressing

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View or edit your application details in your client portal at any time. Upload documents securely, message your advisor and monitor your application status.

Receive real-time sms and email updates as your application progresses.

You can login to your client portal on desktop or mobile app 24/7.

Why choose us?


Save time

Apply quickly and easily. Our advanced end-to-end mortgage and protection platform streamlines the entire application process, removes friction and saves you time.

We can often help, (even if you've been declined elsewhere) and there's absolutely no-obligation.


At-a-glance client portal

Login to your client portal at any time to view your application's status, upload docs or message your advisor.

You can access the portal on any device, including mobile via our dedicated app.


Receive real-time updates

Keep abreast of your application's progress with real-time updates. Receive an automatic SMS or email notification whenever there's a status change.


Specialist advice

As a true self-employed mortgage specialist, we can often help, even if you've already been declined by a bank or have unusual or complex circumstances

Book a call back and save your most valuable business asset...time.

"Brilliant from start to finish. Graham managed to find a main high street lender who offered a brilliant rate. Would highly recommend."

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Get answers to your most common questions below...
Are there any upfront fees?
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We charge a £99 Initial Assessment Fee, payable upfront, which covers our time and work involved in assessing your documentation and carrying out lender research.

We'll then advise you if your case is proceedable. If it isn't, we'll inform you of the exact reasons why so we can get you a mortgage once rectified.

Unlike some competitors, we don't charge a broker fee until we get you a formal mortgage offer. No mortgage, no fee.

The broker fee will depend on the complexity of your case and the amount of work required to source your mortgage deal.  In most cases, our standard broker fee will apply.

Once we've carried out the initial assessment, we'll inform you of the broker fee that applies to your case. There's no obligation to proceed at that point.

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Do you run a credit search?
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As your broker, no. However, we will need to see your credit report before we can source the most suitable deal and apply for a decision in principle (DIP).

The lender will carry out a hard credit search, either at the Decision in Principle stage, or when making the full mortgage application (FMA). The latter tends to be more common.

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