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At what price would you walk away?
In mortgage, house price, liquidation - asked by wumpus - 2 answers
In 1998 i took on a joint mortgage with my then partner.. the relationship was violent and i left.. i originally consulted solicitors to get my name off the joint mortgage.. he wouldnt agree.. and i couldnt take him to court as the property was in negativ
In law, mortgage - asked by AnGil - 2 answers
How do I avoid foreclosure?I already received a notice and I don't have a place to go to
In foreclosure, mortgage, financial difficulties - asked by sole_survivor - 2 answers
I have a mortgage with the abbey, which is in arrears. My bank account is abbey, are they legally allowed to take large amounts of money, from my bank, to pay mortgage, without asking?????
In mortgage, bank accounts, arrears - asked by sentience73 - 2 answers
if im 12 months into a mortage with a 3 year fixed term, can i move before the 3 years is up?
In mortgage - asked by (Guest28625) - 2 answers
If two peoples names are on house deeds can the a mortgage be only taken on in one person's name ?
In mortgage - asked by (Guest25931) - 2 answers
does my flatmates credit rating affect mine
In mortgage, credit score - asked by (Guest520) - 3 answers
If i could afford to pay £550 a month for twenty-five years for a mortgage how much could i get?
In mortgage, 550, years - asked by (Guest21949) - 3 answers
what is a buy to let morgages
In property, mortgage, loan - asked by (Guest23062) - 1 answer
if i was to get a mortgage for 130000 over 25 years how much would i have to pay back in total on average?
In mortgage, 130000, average - asked by (Guest21949) - 1 answer
what is the debt to income ratio for the UK?
In mortgage, debt to income, UK - asked by (Guest21669) - 1 answer
I can't afford my mortgage in spain, it is not secured on my UK home, Can I just stop paying and give it up?
In spanish, mortgage - asked by (Guest17178) - 2 answers
In mortgage, spain - asked by (Guest16645) - 1 answer
'An Englishman's home is his castle' is from an old English law when bailiffs were not allowed to force entry into a dwelling to seize goods or make arrest. Is the concept of buying your own home a 'tradition' that exists only in England?
In rent or buy, cost effective, mortgage - asked by - 6 answers
Can I force the sale of my house if the other party does not want to sell?
In law, legal, mortgage - asked by (Guest14207) - 3 answers
If a pregnant women who is in full time/part time employement, applied for a Mortgage would it change the amount of money the Building Society or Bank would lend her.
In pregnancy, mortgage - asked by funksensations1 - 2 answers
What happens to your credit rating if you pay off your mortgage, and why?
In credit, mortgage, finance - asked by - 4 answers
Why do banks & building societies quickly change the interest rate for morgages & not for saving accounts?
In money, interests, mortgage - asked by bikeman - 1 answer
How do mortgages work?
In mortgage, property, money - asked by enola_gay - 2 answers
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