72% of brokers say there should be no age limit

November 2006
Mortgage Strategy;11/27/2006, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents the results of an online poll by "Mortgage Strategy"on the idea of imposing a maximum age limit on mortgages in Great Britain. Twenty-eight percent of online readers agree that there should be an age limit. However, an overwhelming majority of respondents, at 72%, think of it as a bad idea.


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