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Deferred bonus mortgages for high-net worth borrowers

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Many of the largest banks and leading companies have changed the way they pay their staff as a result of market changes in recent years. Trinity Financial is receiving more enquiries from high-net worth borrowers and in particular those being paid by deferred bonuses. Aaron Strutt, a broker at Trinity Financial, says: "We have clients that have been paid in deferred bonuses for a number of years and we have arranged mortgages for them. We are receiving more enquiries from high-net worth clients as they are looking for low mortgage rates and more helpful banks. "Not all mortgage lenders are happy to lend to borrowers with less standard income streams or deferred bonuses. Although, some of the high-net worth lenders appreciate that borrowers with less typical income streams may be in a better financial position than those paid by more standard methods." If you would like help to secure a mortgage, call us on 020 7016 0790. March 1, 2013

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