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This Will Tell You What The Lenders Think

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I'm a bit busy, but if anyone cares to do the maths, comparison between so called "no-negative equity" equity release schemes and equivalent ones that don't offer the guarantee should give a measure of how risky the lenders / underwriters of such schemes think house prices are.

More simplistically, it would be interesting to plot the spread between MEW rates and "no-negaitve-equity" MEW rates. Increases would indicate an increasingly cautious stance by lenders.

Complicated by the poss of interest rates taking loan/prop neg-eq without price falls I suppose. Any actuaries or rocket-scientists out there???

Edited by Sledgehead

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