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  1. Thought this was interesting/pertinent; http://www.armstrongeconomics.com/archives/35580
  2. Wouldn't it feel incredible to reduce a mortgage by 50%...? It certainly would for me -- 'specially since I've had negative equity hanging over my head since 2007... And with the Euro looking like it will continue to devalue against GBP, USD and any other currency well into 2016, perhaps the following opportunity applies: Today, Martin Armstrong wrote... Now, being the naive property investor that I am, I have no idea how well that translates to mortgages. Especially for me with negative equity... which means something like a 120% loan-to-value remortgage. Very keen to hear your view! TB
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