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Mortgage Broker News | 14 Apr 2015, 07:12 AM Agree 0
Whenever mortgage rates are cut there are negative reports that claim that lower rates leads and irresponsible lending are creating a household debt ‘time bomb’.
  • Jesse D | 14 Apr 2015, 08:17 AM Agree 0
    Credit Card companies, low life companies like Mogo and Payday loans, as well as predatory private lenders like New Haven. Perhaps the government can get a lid on utility companies and insurance companies who are constantly increasing costs. These are to blame along with the fact companies are not paying people what they are worth. Salaries are down, a lot of unrecorded unemployment but cost of living going way up. Government needs to take their eyes off proper mortgage lending and actually pay attention of where the real problems are.
  • Jesse D | 14 Apr 2015, 08:17 AM Agree 0
    Credit Card companies, low life companies like Mogo and Payday loans, as well as predatory private lenders like New Haven. Perhaps the government can get a lid on utility companies and insurance companies who are constantly increasing costs. These are to blame along with the fact companies are not paying people what they are worth. Salaries are down, a lot of unrecorded unemployment but cost of living going way up. Government needs to take their eyes off proper mortgage lending and actually pay attention of where the real problems are.
  • Jesse D | 14 Apr 2015, 08:17 AM Agree 0
    Credit Card companies, low life companies like Mogo and Payday loans, as well as predatory private lenders like New Haven. Perhaps the government can get a lid on utility companies and insurance companies who are constantly increasing costs. These are to blame along with the fact companies are not paying people what they are worth. Salaries are down, a lot of unrecorded unemployment but cost of living going way up. Government needs to take their eyes off proper mortgage lending and actually pay attention of where the real problems are.
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