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Only just over half who MEW spend it on home improvements

Pay off debts - 29%

Invest or save -13%

Improvements/renovations - 56%

Carpets, furniture etc - 15%

Buy another UK home - 6%

Buy a property abroad - 2%

Buy a home for a family member - 2%

Buy a car - 12%

Pay for a holiday - 7%

School fees - 1%

University costs - 2%

Finance a business - 3%

Other - 10%

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Only just over half who MEW spend it on home improvements

Pay off debts - 29%

Invest or save -13%

Improvements/renovations - 56%

Carpets, furniture etc - 15%

Buy another UK home - 6%

Buy a property abroad - 2%

Buy a home for a family member - 2%

Buy a car - 12%

Pay for a holiday - 7%

School fees - 1%

University costs - 2%

Finance a business - 3%

Other - 10%

And those home improvements is still spending to fuel a sick economy. (goods and tradesman)

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Only just over half who MEW spend it on home improvements

Pay off debts - 29%

Invest or save -13%

Improvements/renovations - 56%

Carpets, furniture etc - 15%

Buy another UK home - 6%

Buy a property abroad - 2%

Buy a home for a family member - 2%

Buy a car - 12%

Pay for a holiday - 7%

School fees - 1%

University costs - 2%

Finance a business - 3%

Other - 10%

Typical spin

Not quite

More than half of English homeowners who raise money by borrowing against the value of their houses spend some of it on home improvements, a survey says.

The government's Survey of English Housing found that 656,000 people borrowed an average of £33,000 each in each of the past three years.

Of these, 56% spent some of the money on improvements, 29% paid off debts, and 15% bought goods for the home.

ie half of all MEWers spend nothing on home improvements, and half of MEWers spend a portion of the MEW borrowings on improvements - say a pack of screws from B&Q, then blow the rest on a Porsche Cayen, Plasma, and a holiday

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Typical spin

Not quite

ie half of all MEWers spend nothing on home improvements, and half of MEWers spend a portion of the MEW borrowings on improvements - say a pack of screws from B&Q, then blow the rest on a Porsche Cayen, Plasma, and a holiday

I do not think so, i think Debt has been used to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt..........

p.s. did i mention, DEBT IS USED TO PAY DEBT

Typical spin

Not quite

ie half of all MEWers spend nothing on home improvements, and half of MEWers spend a portion of the MEW borrowings on improvements - say a pack of screws from B&Q, then blow the rest on a Porsche Cayen, Plasma, and a holiday

I do not think so, i think Debt has been used to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt..........

p.s. did i mention, DEBT IS USED TO PAY DEBT

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I do not think so, i think Debt has been used to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt..........

p.s. did i mention, DEBT IS USED TO PAY DEBT

I do not think so, i think Debt has been used to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt to pay debt..........

p.s. did i mention, DEBT IS USED TO PAY DEBT

Im sure youre right

I was just thinking of the "rich" MEWers :lol::lol:

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