Computer says no – GP locum mortgages

10th May 2018 by Liz Densley

Computer says no – GP locum mortgages

Lenders are very much working on ‘computer says no’ basis, rather than human interaction being able to be used to make a decision.

So what is needed, what can you do, and what can you expect of your accountant?

Lenders ask for two things generally:

  • Final accounts (not draft accounts)
  • SA302s

What are ‘final’ accounts?

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