Second chance at loans
Friday 13 February 2004
Don't panic if you're rejected by the bank - these days you can still get a mortgage.
By The LandlordIf you don't meet the banks' strict criteria because you're self-employed or you have a bad credit history, then the growing non-conforming mortgage market may provide your finance. And it doesn't involve a loan shark.
In the past three years the non-conforming mortgage market has jumped the Tasman and established itself here.
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