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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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Freelancer Financials on why your off-payroll status does not impact your chances of a home loan.

16th September, 2021 | IR35

How the contractor-friendly bank regards you, and how many times salary it’ll lend.

The contractor-friendly lender has outdone itself with the lowest, LOWEST mortgage rate -- ever.

It’s nice to think lenders are watching the courts for direction on their customers’ status. Shame they aren’t.

The self-employed and vanilla variants won’t get close to the 4.49x annualised income that contractor mortgage brokers can offer you.

18th May, 2021 | Money

When the ‘good news for the self-employed’ in The Times isn’t quite what it seems.

The shrewd who want property won’t listen to the mainstream media, but will use an interpreter for their contract income.

An extension by the chancellor in March would make the housing market’s triple threat manageable.

Official support for homeowners runs out on Oct 31, the most frightening day in the calendar – this year more than most.

As lenders clear the field of 10% deposit mortgages, contractors can still use tactics to avoid getting boxed in.

11th June, 2020 | Money

And will do well into the future. But thanks to the housing market’s official reopening, the diagnosis could be a lot worse.

3rd June, 2020 | Money

It may be the ‘hot coals’ for one PSC’s tax adviser but to use CJRS, the rest of his team might need embracing warmly.

28th May, 2020 | Coronavirus

Freelancer Financials homes in on Rishi Sunak’s coronavirus help for householders. But as it’s from the chancellor, it’s not free.