Comments for Mortgage Deals Direct Blog http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog Sat, 28 Aug 2010 10:02:16 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7 hourly 1 Comment on 40,000 repossessions in 2008 by LnddMiles http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/mortgage-rates/40000-repossessions-in-2008/comment-page-1#comment-48 LnddMiles Fri, 24 Jul 2009 09:17:54 +0000 http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/?p=47#comment-48 The best information i have found exactly here. Keep going Thank you The best information i have found exactly here. Keep going Thank you

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Comment on Bankers apologies after Treasury pressure by Day Trading http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/mortgage-deals/bankers-apologies-after-treasury-pressure/comment-page-1#comment-20 Day Trading Fri, 01 May 2009 21:24:35 +0000 http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/?p=13#comment-20 Great post very informative and I will be linking back to your site from mine. Great post very informative and I will be linking back to your site from mine.

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Comment on Bank of England to make “pointless” cut by Nia http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/mortgage-rates/bank-of-england-to-make-pointless-cut/comment-page-1#comment-3 Nia Fri, 13 Feb 2009 09:15:29 +0000 http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/?p=9#comment-3 This was pretty toothless - clutching at straws now. It won't be passed on in any meaningful sense and gives the impression that they don't know what else to do. Probably accurately... This was pretty toothless - clutching at straws now. It won’t be passed on in any meaningful sense and gives the impression that they don’t know what else to do. Probably accurately…

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Comment on Homeowners waiting for lower fixed rate mortgage deals by James http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/fixed-rate/homeowners-waiting-for-lower-fixed-rate-mortgage-deals/comment-page-1#comment-2 James Mon, 09 Feb 2009 07:00:59 +0000 http://www.mortgagedealsdirect.co.uk/mortgageblog/?p=3#comment-2 Now that interest rates have bottomed out (surely...?) this will presumably start to change - inasmuch as the 'holding out' is due to expected interest falls and not just being short of cash. Now that interest rates have bottomed out (surely…?) this will presumably start to change - inasmuch as the ‘holding out’ is due to expected interest falls and not just being short of cash.

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