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  1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-2865295/Millions-younger-homeowners-struggle-ladder-two-years.html Post on the main blog and I can't comment there! So, just wanted to point out that Iibertas is really bad at maths! If the house you bought goes up by 10%, any larger house in the same area will also have gone up 10% (a greater amount). Buying a bigger house is more about saving, i.e, the amount you can save after servicing your debt or paying your rent. Yes, increase equity is a kind of saving, just as share price increases, increase my equity, but as I have already point
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