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U.K. | 15 March 2018 Mortgage Arrears Likely Won't Keep Falling This Year
The Mortgage Lenders and Administrators Return for Q4, published on Tuesday, suggests that the fall in households' real incomes last year has not led to a deterioration in lenders' mortgage books.

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15 March 2018 Mortgage Arrears Likely Won't Keep Falling This Year

By Samuel Tombs

The Mortgage Lenders and Administrators Return for Q4, published on Tuesday, suggests that the fall in households' real incomes last year has not led to a deterioration in lenders' mortgage books.

Posted: 14th Mar 2018 in 'U.K.'

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