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Negative Equity In The Media

Andersonstown News – Did You Buy Your Housing Executive Home, Which Has Since Been Repossessed?

If you did, you could be in line for thousands of pounds in compensation.

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Andersonstown News – Owe More Than Your Home Is Worth? Stuck In Negative Equity?

One local company has all the answers.

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North Belfast News – Are You Trapped In Negative Equity? Owe More Than Your Home Is Worth?

One local company has all the answers.

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Escaping Your Property Prison!

Many people in NI are currently imprisoned in their homes.

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Irish News – Northern Ireland ‘Facing A Mortgage Time-Bomb’

The fallout from Northern Ireland’s housing crash has not yet reached its peak.

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Belfast Telegraph – Report Aimed At Helping Those With Mortgage Trouble Branded ‘Toothless.’

A government report on how to help people in mortgage difficulties has been accused of lacking bite.

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Facing Down Your Property Debt Nightmare!

The reasons behind the recent global economic collapse have been well documented and are too numerous for any one article to ever address.

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Retribution V Reconciliation. Rehabilitation?

Governments blame Regulators who blame Banks who blame Property Developers who blame Estate Agents who blame Financial Advisers who blame Valuers who blame Joe Public (i.e.Us) and so on and so on.

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CD Fairfield Capital – Help & Advice For Those Hit By Property Crash!

A financial services company, set up in response to the property price crash, is entering its second successful year in business There is no shortage of customers looking for a way out of financial problems caused by the property collapse.

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NI Business Now – Average level of negative equity in Northern Ireland stands at £68,000

New figures released today show that despite the welcome news that house prices are rising, the average level of residential mortgage debt for homeowners in Northern Ireland still stands at £68,000…

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