Friday, Jul 28, 2006

Steep rise in repossessions in Northern Ireland

BBC: House repossessions in NI rising

There has been a steep rise in house repossessions in Northern Ireland, according to the latest figures.
In the last year there were 2,600 cases of lenders seizing back property - an increase of 60% from five years ago.
Ursula Toner from the Housing Rights Service said much of it is due to people borrowing against their homes to pay off other debts..........

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