Getting a mortgage when self-employed  

Getting a mortgage when self-employed
While self-employed people enjoy the freedom of being their own bosses, they are often restricted by mortgage lenders.
There are over 2.9 million self-employed Canadians who enjoy the freedom of making their own schedules, being their own boss, and having complete control over their work-life. Despite the freedom that their jobs afford them, many self-employed people are restricted by mortgage lenders.

Self-employed people have a more difficult time applying for a mortgage loan. Lenders’ criteria are more difficult to meet when dealing with business expenses, and the precariousness of self-employed income makes a business owner a risky lender.

Nevertheless, it’s not impossible to qualify for a mortgage as a self-employed person. You can apply for a mortgage and buy property without having to sacrifice your career.

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