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  1. "Ian has had to shoulder three interest rate rises since taking out his standard variable rate mortgage with the Woolwich in December last year." Why on earth would anyone with even half a brain cell take out a standard variable rate mortgage? Last December he should have been able to get a fixed rate for 5 years or more at less than 5%. Unfortunately what I have been thinking for a long time is now being proved - that an awful lot of people have bought houses or flats with absolutely no idea how to do their own research, or what they were getting themselves into. But then I suppose the education system hasn't equipped them to read anything more challenging than "The Sun".
  2. Well said. And for the record we are not all MEWing either.
  3. Well, thank you for the sarcasm. It is not unknown for websites to not be updated. I was wondering whether the TV thing took place and how many people attended. My fault for not being specific enough I guess.
  4. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  5. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  6. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  7. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  8. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  9. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  10. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  11. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  12. My main recollection of last time was items on the TV featuring couples with babies trapped in one bedroom flats, because they were in negative equity. As far as I recall repossessions didn't follow any particular pattern - and affected properties at all price levels. What was disturbing, given how much more household debt there is now, is the speed with which lenders brought out products to overcome needing to move whilst having negative equity.
  13. Does anyone know what happened? The house still shows as for sale on the agent's website.
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