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First-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK homes - The Guardian

The GuardianFirst-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK homesThe GuardianFor loans granted in 2016, 22% of first-time buyers will be over 65 when they finally repay their mortgage. First-time buyers are not the only ones borrowing over longer periods. The FCA said the most common mortgage term has traditionally been 25 ...and more »07-12-2017

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First-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK homes
The Guardian
For loans granted in 2016, 22% of first-time buyers will be over 65 when they finally repay their mortgage. First-time buyers are not the only ones borrowing over longer periods. The FCA said the most common mortgage term has traditionally been 25 ...

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