Calculators & Quizzes

Find Out If You Qualify – Take A Quiz

Our quizzes are tailored for people in specific occupations. We know that different jobs can present specific challenges in obtaining a mortgage – take a quiz to find out if you qualify.

We help with all types of mortgages that banks class as “self employed”.

That could mean you’re a sole trader, own your own limited company, or own the majority of a larger company. We can help even if you have only one years accounts & with deposits from 5%.

We offer mortgages for all types of medical professionals, from doctors to nurses & medical support staff.

We can help even if you’re on an unusual employment contract, an agency worker or locum doctor, a junior doctor or a doctor/nurse currently in training.

Major high street banks tend to favour normal properties, but what is an unusual property?

These could be timber framed, pre fab, a listed building, or a more conventional property with unusual elements like a large flat roof, or Japanese knotweed.

‘Am I a company director or self employed?’ is a common question we are asked.

We can help you get a mortgage for either,  determining the best route to go down based on whether you own the majority of a company, and where the majority of your income comes from.

We help with all types of mortgages that banks class as “self employed”.

That could mean you’re a sole trader, own your own limited company, or own the majority of a larger company. We can help even if you have only one years accounts & with deposits from 5%.

We offer mortgages for all types of medical professionals, from doctors to nurses & medical support staff.

We can help even if you’re on an unusual employment contract, an agency worker or locum doctor, a junior doctor or a doctor/nurse currently in training.

Major high street banks tend to favour normal properties, but what is an unusual property?

These could be timber framed, pre fab, a listed building, or a more conventional property with unusual elements like a large flat roof, or Japanese knotweed.

‘Am I a company director or self employed?’ is a common question we are asked.

We can help you get a mortgage for either,  determining the best route to go down based on whether you own the majority of a company, and where the majority of your income comes from.

Use A Calculator To See What You Can Borrow & The Interest Rates

Our calculators are designed to show you the options for any mortgage you may be able to get – use a calculator to find out more about your circumstances and then Book A Free Consultation

Our ‘how much can I borrow mortgage calculator’ shows the maximum* mortgage amount you will likely be able to borrow based on your sole/joint income.

*Subject to personal circumstances & credit check

Our ‘LTV (loan to value) mortgage calculator’ shows the likely best mortgage interest rate* you will receive based on your property price and deposit.

*Subject to personal circumstances & credit check

Our LTV (loan to value) mortgage calculator shows the likely best mortgage interest rate* you will receive based on your property price and deposit.

*Subject to personal circumstances & credit check

Our how much can I borrow mortgage calculator shows the maximum* mortgage amount you will likely be able to borrow based on your sole/joint income.

*Subject to personal circumstances & credit check

By submitting any quizzes to us, you are agreeing to being contacted by Simply Lending Solutions for the purposes of your mortgage application.

The result of any quiz or calculator is only an indication, and you should contact our experienced independent mortgage advisors to get an accurate quotation and mortgage offer. This will be based on your personal circumstances, credit history, affordability and the property upon which the mortgage is to be raised.

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Disclaimer

All content on the Simply Lending Solutions website is believed to be accurate at the time of publication. However, this is a fast-moving sector and lender criteria and policies change regularly. For this reason, we always recommend that you speak to one of our brokers for the most up to date information.

Articles can only ever provide general information and do not constitute financial advice. Our mortgage brokers are fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and it is only by speaking to them that you will receive advice and information tailored to your individual circumstances.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up with repayments on your mortgage. You should always think carefully, and seek professional advice, before securing other debts against your home or releasing equity from your home.