The client required £800,000 to purchase a new home, but had difficulty obtaining a mortgage due to the annual income source being a betting syndicate. They produced tax records that showed this income to be consistent over a 10-year period, but because proceeds from gambling is tax exempt, the income was not acceptable for most banks. At Sirius, we were able to leverage our strong relationships with lenders and find a lender willing to understand the nature of the client’s income and offer a suitable product to fund the purchase of the property.
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