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Are you self-employed, an investor, or do you rely on alternative income sources such as social benefits and aid? We provide loans that are better suited to your unique financial situation. The key features of these loans are outlined below.

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    If you refinance your current mortgage please note your credit score (o”cially known as the FICO score) can be a!ected. This is because you are adding a new loan to an existing one. Nevertheless, this
    effect is usually only temporary.

    When you refinance your current mortgage, please note that your credit score (FICO) can be affected. This is because you are adding a new loan to an existing one. However, this effect is typically temporary.

    If you refinance your current mortgage please note your credit score (o”cially known as the FICO score) can be a!ected. This is because you are adding a new loan to an existing one. Nevertheless, this
    effect is usually only temporary.

    If you refinance your current mortgage please note your credit score (o”cially known as the FICO score) can be a!ected. This is because you are adding a new loan to an existing one. Nevertheless, this
    effect is usually only temporary.

    If you refinance your current mortgage please note your credit score (o”cially known as the FICO score) can be a!ected. This is because you are adding a new loan to an existing one. Nevertheless, this
    effect is usually only temporary.