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Brokers say no to government-funded eco-deals

Just over half of Mortgage Strategy Online readers say the government should not partially fund green mortgages. Meanwhile, 44% of intermediaries think that government-funded green mortgages are a good idea.

This week Mortgage Strategy asks: “Do you feel short-changed when lenders decide to offer their products direct to consumers?”

Q: Should the government part-fund green mortgages?

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