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London property owners use their homes as piggy banks - Financial Times

Financial TimesLondon property owners use their homes as piggy banksFinancial TimesMortgage experts and lenders say those taking out more money against the value of their housing are using it for a range of things, from home improvements and paying private school or university fees, to helping children or grandchildren with housing ...12-10-2018

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London property owners use their homes as piggy banks
Financial Times
Mortgage experts and lenders say those taking out more money against the value of their housing are using it for a range of things, from home improvements and paying private school or university fees, to helping children or grandchildren with housing ...

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