Low-deposit mortgages return after Covid slump
20/01/2021 | news | business | 776
There has been a fourfold increase in mortgage products for those offering a 10% deposit.
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20/01/2021 18:20:55 269 85
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Rather than seeing the housing crisis as a lack of supply, why don't we address the elephant in the room which is a population too big for the existing housing stock?
Why not address the elephant in the room that there are more empty houses than homeless people. So much for the 'limited stock...too many (brown) people' dog whistle. Removed
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20/01/2021 21:03:41 2 8
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The homeless cant afford to pay for the empty houses, mostly due to their self inflicted drug habits.
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20/01/2021 21:54:18 2 0
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Away, you played the race card. Suppose that makes you the winner then.
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20/01/2021 18:54:20 2 4
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Do you want to buy a house for 100k in a sink estate only to have one neighbour either side who delights in blaring out rather unpleasant and aggressive rap music at all hours and the neighbour at the other side being the areas largest cannabis supplier. This is not accounting for the stray pitbulls, homemade Silverstone circuit on the road outside and ravaging din of escooters. No thanks.
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20/01/2021 19:06:17 2 2
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I feel sorry for the Scottish everyone keeps moving north for cheaper housing poor Scots are going to have a lot more English neighbourhoods. That will please HRH Sturgeon assuming she’s not in prison of course
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20/01/2021 20:54:06 3 6
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Might be helpful if some of our aging population would downsize. But that's blaming white, British people for some of the problem and that simply will not do!
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20/01/2021 20:56:32 10 12
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We need more immigrants not less and will need even more over the next 20 years as fertility rates drop and the population gets older.

Someone has to pay taxes to pay for those triple locked pensions.
Not to mention the positive effect it could have on IQ if interacial breeding is encouraged. Removed
Why are construction sites still open during lockdown yet schools are closed? This lockdown is a farce. Screw the Tory scum ?? Removed
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20/01/2021 21:24:44 1 0
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Schools aren’t closed and are much more efficient transmitters of infection than most construction sites.
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20/01/2021 18:20:55 269 85
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Rather than seeing the housing crisis as a lack of supply, why don't we address the elephant in the room which is a population too big for the existing housing stock?
Idiot. The elephant in the room is that rich oligarchs are buying multiple properties and driving up the market. Removed