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Taylor Wimpey High Deposit Workaround

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http://www.homemove....tgage-deal.html

IMO job cuts aren't the main 'trigger' - there will always be somebody else who does have a job willing to buy. The trigger continues to be restrictive mortgage lending. And this looks to unsettle it a tad, no?

where are these £105K 2 bed homes?

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True but is that rate not becoming more typical? I think we'd all be surprised to see just how many people would jump at these deals... people will take on INCREDIBLE amounts of debt to get a home they like. It's ALL down to LIAR LOANS, as Eric says.

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Was reading a post on MSE tonight the poster wrote

If you put an offer into a developer and he does not burst into tears then the offer is to high.

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