The survey revealed 28% of self-employed people have seen their income reduced by more than half over the last year because of the pandemic and 16% said they had suffered income losses of between a quarter and 50%.
The lender’s financial results also show in H1 2021 attributable profits of £1.8bn.
The range allows income multiples of up to 5.5 x (subject to criteria) for loans between £500,000 and £1.5m.
The new 5-year mortgages have a £1,999 fee and interest rates range from 1.07% to 2.84% with up to £250 cashback also available.
Looking between 2012 and early 2020, 53% of homes found a buyer on average, with the other 47% either being withdrawn from sale or staying on the market.
Over the seven days running up to the deadline of 30 June, there was an overall call volume increase of 5% in comparison to the week before.
In their new quarterly update of the Health Wealth & Happiness Study, LifeSearch found that on average, those who have overpaid on their mortgages have done so at an average rate of £319 per month.
Highlights of the range include a 2-year fixed rate at 2.35% (was 2.39%) at 85% LTV, available for house purchase, which comes with a £495 fee, £500 cashback and free standard valuation.
Despite initial discussions, Iress, who has confirmed it has received a “confidential, unsolicited, non-binding and indicative proposal”, is looking for a higher price than what it has received.
The product offers a discounted interest rate to customers remortgaging a property with an Energy Efficiency Rating of A or B.