Raise multipliers and link them to a long-term fixed rate

September 2012
Mortgage Strategy;9/10/2012, p19
Trade Publication
A letter to the editor is presented about the need for the British government to increase mortgage lending multipliers and link this to the security of a long-term fixed rate.


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