10 October 2015

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The difference 60 years makes in the mortgage market


The Jubilee has resulted in a lot of reflection on the past. Not all of it was great but with all the financial trouble these days, it is easy to see how many people look back with fondness.


I’m sure many of you remember your grannies telling tales of “In our day, you could feed a family of 8 for a week on a shilling” but what was life really like for post war Britain as Queen Elizabeth II took up the throne in 1952?


‘About Property’ has written an interesting article with facts and figures from that time and it helps you see just how times have changed, and how some things have reverted, such as mortgage interest rates. Read the article here. To talk to one of our mortgage advisers, click here.


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