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U.K. | 27 March 2019 Mortgage Lending Still is Heading for a Roller Coaster Year
The mortgage market still is defying gravity. U.K. Finance initially reported yesterday that house purchase mortgage approvals by the main high street banks collapsed to 35.3K in February, from 39.6K in January.

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27 March 2019 Mortgage Lending Still is Heading for a Roller Coaster Year

By Samuel Tombs

The mortgage market still is defying gravity. U.K. Finance initially reported yesterday that house purchase mortgage approvals by the main high street banks collapsed to 35.3K in February, from 39.6K in January.

Posted: 26th Mar 2019 in 'U.K.'

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