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Mortgage arrears lower than last year but up on previous quarter

The number of homeowners who have mortgages in arrears stood at 77,600 in the third quarter of 2018, according to UK Finance. This is the number of borrowers whose arrears are 2.5% or more of their outstanding mortgage balance. The figure is up slightly from 76,740 in the second […]

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