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Bt Yahoo And The News Headline That Wasn't

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Went on to BT Yahoo this evening to look at the new headlines.

One of the news headlines wasn't a new headline, it just read 'first time buyers guide'


So you've finally decided to buy a house of your own. Congratulations!

Although this site is designed with first time home buyers in mind, those who want to review the steps involved in the house buying process may also find it helpful.

First, you must understand your credit, where you stand and what you can do to improve your credit scores. Secondly you need to work out how much you can afford, how long it will take to find a deposit and how much you can borrow. Most buyers will have to go through the complex world of mortgages, which includes a variety of lending offers.

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That's way too complicated for someone who's stupid enough to take out a mortgage now, surely? :D



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