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The best of the comments from Mortgage Strategy online.

Sub-prime repossessions at lowest since 2005:
“This is a positive statement after the widespread predictions of doom and gloom 12 months ago. Whether sub-prime or prime, the majority of people will fight tooth and nail to retain their homes. Is it possible that the supposed time bomb of sub-prime will not cause the big explosion the doom merchants predicted? I hope so.” ANONYMOUS

ASA bans fourth SpicerHaart ad:
“What a shame this company can’t be hit with the sort of punitive fine a broker would be for making a misleading statement.” ANONYMOUS

FSCS to help consumers hit by Network Data collapse:
“I lost money through Black & White, Network Data and Cartel Client Review. I just want an organisation I can trust.” ANONYMOUS

Housing stock on the up, says NAEA:
“If banks start lending to first-time buyers we will see a massive increase in housing stock. Stamp Duty isn’t making a difference and the banks must do more.” LEWIS STEPHEN, GREENE SGL RESOURCING

“The number of properties for sale indicates nothing. What we need to see is a rise in mortgage approvals.” ANONYMOUS

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