Nine out of 10 interest-only borrowers have payback strategy

June 2013
Mortgage Finance Gazette;Jun2013, p8
This article presents information on a research report released by the British Financial Conduct Authority, which revealed that 48 percent of the 2.6 million homeowners in Great Britain with interest-only deals may struggle to pay their loans when they mature over the next 30 years.


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