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72% Of brokers say there should be no age limit

Just 28% of Mortgage Strategy online readers think that lenders should impose a maximum age limit on mortgages. The overwhelming majority, at 72%, think it’s a bad idea.

This week, Mortgage Strategy asks: “Do you think house prices will plummet in two years time?”

Q: Should lenders impose a maximum age limit on mortgages?

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