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John Yerou

John Yerou is a British executive and serial entrepreneur, who has founded a number of financial services companies. He is best known for founding Mortgage Quest, an unbiased and wholly independent financial service company. During his career, he has held the positions of director, vice director and managing director for a variety of tech-led companies, before becoming a true pioneer of independent financial services in the UK.

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Spot the small differences now in two policies able to shore up your Plan B, because it might make the world of difference if you become incapacitated or just a bit unable.

26th May, 2023 | Money

Four reasons financially-savvy contractors find income protection tough to ignore.

22nd May, 2023 | Money

Revealed: the realities that rightly compel limited company directors to take out a tax-efficient RLP.

16th May, 2023 | Successful Contracting

Specialist contractor broker vs bank branch adviser? If you want the best home loan for your circumstances, and limited company, there’s no contest.

4th May, 2023 | Money

Freelancer Financials shares its mortgage borrower wishlist ahead of chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s imminent statement.

Overview to securing a mortgage in joint names, whether you (or they) are inside IR35; a permie, a PSC or an umbrella employee.

28th February, 2023 | Money

Murmurs from inside the BoE indicate that if we’re not at the ‘new normal’ already, we’re not far away from it.

What contractors who want to move this year need to understand about lenders, the economy and the market.

It’s wild; hysterical and panic-inducing – and that’s only the coverage. Fortunately for contractors, the likelihood is just a reversion of the property market to 2021.

With virtually all lenders withdrawing fixed deals amid unprecedented volatility, it’s hard to imagine a better time to use a broker.

Kwasi Kwarteng just dropped a giveth and taketh Budget of a different kind, as most contractors will welcome it.

27th September, 2022 | Money

Contractors who took covid help can of course still get a home loan -- but that help must have been for the right reasons.

5th September, 2022 | Money

Even the Bank of Auntie probably only gets visited occasionally (by PSCs trying to put down more on a property).

A home loan insulated from inflation for half a century looks just the ticket. But is it a case of looks being deceiving?

A 27-year high in inflation? Not grounds to panic (just yet), but likely a cause for action if you’re a limited company contractor with a mortgage.

With interest rate rises seeming far from over, remortgaging never looked so appealing -- even if it gives you a sting in the short-term.

Money Saving Expert agrees -- for those looking for the best mortgage deal, banking on anything less than a broker isn’t a risk worth taking.

Discover how lenders prefer to assess brolly contractor earnings for home loan purposes.

24th November, 2021 | Umbrella Companies

What your home loan prospects look like if you switch from off-payroll to employment.

12th November, 2021 | Money

Home loans expert John Yerou rounds-up what the chancellor’s moves might mean for property buyers.

28th October, 2021 | Money

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