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rosey

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Hi,

I am a self employed person, I run a fabric store nearby. I am planning to extend my shop, and include more options for the customers. But, I need some more funds for this. My friend suggested me that I could get a mortgage for this. But, I have never heard about it. On my research, I have found that there are self employed mortgages. We can actually qualify for a mortgage, but some factors are required, like Taxes should be paid regularly, blemish free credit score. I need some advice for choosing the right mortgage broker. What all should be kept in mind ??

 

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VishalM

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Good luck, OP


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I think that if you have never done this, then it will be better for you to turn to professionals. I used to work with these guys bluebackglobal  when our company was only beginning to appear on the international level and we had to open two branches in another country. It's quite difficult, if you don't understand the laws, you don't have partners and you need to hire good employees. We decided that it would be better to cooperate with professionals who have a good reputation. Perhaps they can help you choose a property to buy.


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I think is is a good start to start your own business. More challenged and you could be more maturer than usual. your brain would be more stimulized because you have a big position rather than some employee where you focus on just the work and not the expansion.


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It's very difficult to start a business. Small companies are now opening in any field. If you are a professional of your business, then you can sell your services, but what about accounting, preparing documents, advertising, assistants? I think that if you have a lot of clients, then you will not be able to do everything. I know that there are such companies as https://www.infopuls...neering/devops/ , which can automate your work as much as possible, but eventually you will still need employees. 


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