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One In 87 Households In Northampton Are At Risk Of Eviction Or Having Their Home Repossessed, A Charity Has Said.

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Considering the state of the economy isn't that kind of low?

Not considering the banks/government forebearance and the all time low interest rates.

Look at it another way....that's 1 or 2 houses in EVERY street.

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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Does that include renters who can be evicted at the whim of the landlord or is it just home 'owners'

Yes it inc renters.

Quote 'Northampton is 60th in UK with 1022 mortgage & landlord possession claims in 12 months'.

It's low!

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Well paid charity professionals at risk of not affording a nice company car next tax year

Please give generously

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