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    • MSE Helen Saxon
    • By MSE Helen Saxon 22nd Jan 14, 1:17 PM
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  • Geoffsmith
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    • 23rd Aug 14, 9:53 AM
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    • 23rd Aug 14, 9:53 AM
    I am a UK citizen, but work in Germany during the week. I am paid a good salary, but in Euros. I am finding it hard to get anyone to take my German income into account for a new mortgage application. Any ideas pease?
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    • 23rd Aug 14, 10:13 AM
    A mortgage broker.

    Your not going to get a high street lender to take this on I wouldnt have thought.
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    • 23rd Aug 14, 10:25 AM
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    • 23rd Aug 14, 10:25 AM
    I would agree with the last post. Most lenders require tax to be paid to HMRC but not all in your situation will apply this rule.

    A broker should be able to assist.
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    How do we let you know about my experience of dealing with London & Country?
    The site contact page doesn't have a category for that kind of thing.
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    How do we let you know about my experience of dealing with London & Country?
    Post a thread in this section just as all the others do. As it stands, most have not been positive. However, to be fair, happy people tend not to post.
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