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This week&#39s problem case

Mrs Roberts is a recently-divorced administrator with one child. From the sale of her marital home, she made £10,000. Because of missed mortgage payments when the marriage was breaking down, she has a credit-impaired history. This includes a £4,800 CCJ received six months ago. She receives maintenance of £250 per month from her ex-husband and her annual salary is £14,000. She is looking to purchase a property valued at £65,000. What are her options?

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