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Couples tie themselves into 'marathon' mortgages for up to 40 years - The Times

Couples tie themselves into 'marathon' mortgages for up to 40 years  The TimesHalf a million people took out mortgages last year that will stretch over more than 25 years — landing many with a debt that will not be cleared until they are 100.25-05-2019
Couples tie themselves into 'marathon' mortgages for up to 40 years  The Times

Half a million people took out mortgages last year that will stretch over more than 25 years — landing many with a debt that will not be cleared until they are 100.

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