Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Landlord, how are you going to afford these fees?

Mortgage fees soar 600% in two years

"Banks and building societies can manipulate where they appear in best-buy tables by appearing to have low interest rates. In reality, they are simply switching their charge to the arrangement fee." the cheap credit party is over,... but I do not care, because only stupid still borrow

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2 thoughts on “Landlord, how are you going to afford these fees?

  • Whiteknight says:

    Remember people – inflation is around 2-3% because the published figures say so.

    Any other cost that rises by more than this is either an isolated item that does not contribute to most peoples overall basket of goods & services or is a figment of your misguided imagination.

    Such irrelevent costs include but are not limited to: food,energy, transportation, compulsory or necessary insurance premiums (about to hike again i suspect), taxes, utility rates, housing costs, schooling fees and banking fees.

    Dont lose heart though. Until GBP crashes you can wrap up warm and live on the street courtesy of a fashaionable ensemble stiched together by somebody in China.

    After this you can light a fire and throw some GBP notes on it.

    All is not lost. Have fun.

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