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Suman

10 months ago

Hi Nathan, I don't see any issue with employment side as long as you can service the loan.

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Peter

10 months ago

Hi Nathan, there are lenders who will certainly consider your situation, subject to all other aspects of your application being OK. The fact that you have been working for the same employer for 15mths will certainly strenghten the application. The only issue we need to be watchful over is if there is a shift in lending policy between now and the end of October. Usually there is a 45 day period from approval to settlement, so depending on when the actual settlement is expected then there is the oppertunity to get the application in sooner to get the ball rolling. If you would like to discuss this further please don nothesitate to contact me through my profile. Peter

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Alex

10 months ago

Hi Nathan, thanks for your question. There are a couple of lenders that have no issue with probation and/or short time in role, so as long as the rest of the application looks OK (such as you having enough income to service the loan, taking into consideration any other debts you might have, your credit history etc), then you should be fine. Contact me through my profile if you'd like to discuss options in more detail. Thanks, Alex

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Nathan

10 months ago

To be clearer on the last sentance. The client I was consulating for the past 15 months has employed me on a perminant basis

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