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Liverpool Council In Loans Bid To Revive Housing Market

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LIVERPOOL’S housing market could be reinvigorated by gilt-edged council loans.

The city council is considering injecting cash into the bottom of the market to ease the “mortgage famine” caused by the credit crunch.

Concerns over falling house prices and a sales slump prompted senior councillors to ask for a feasibility study on offering the Town Hall mortgages.

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