Proof of standard income - that is what the major banks ask you to provide when it comes to applying for a home loan. But it is not something that we always have, especially for those who are self-employed or working part-time, which is around 17% of Aussies.1
In fact 26% of Aussies that were turned down for a loan were refused because they were either self-employed or work part-time.2
So what's next? Watch the full video below:
At Pepper Money, we get real life and that the workforce is changing. That's why we have designed a flexible home loan product specifically for the self-employed. Call us today and talk to a Lending Specialist about your home loan needs on 137 377, or enquire online.
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