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Cash-strapped borrowers: 5% deposit mortgages make a comeback - BuyAssociation

BuyAssociationCash-strapped borrowers: 5% deposit mortgages make a comebackBuyAssociationFor the first time since April 2008, the number of 95% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgages available has passed the 300 mark, signifying increased competition across the mortgage market as borrower numbers decline. While lower LTVs have experienced a drop in ...and more »14-03-2018

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Cash-strapped borrowers: 5% deposit mortgages make a comeback
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For the first time since April 2008, the number of 95% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgages available has passed the 300 mark, signifying increased competition across the mortgage market as borrower numbers decline. While lower LTVs have experienced a drop in ...

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