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First-time buyers should be benefiting from a huge drop in prices, but the sustained economic collapse has seen buying numbers stuck in the doldrums First-time buyers (FTBs) have been among the main

22nd October, 2011
Sentiment among first time buyers may have improved, but many are finding it difficult to borrow money. When they do, they borrow less Photocall

First-time buyers should be benefiting from a huge drop in prices, but the sustained economic collapse has seen buying numbers stuck in the doldrums

First-time buyers (FTBs) have been among the main beneficiaries of the fall in house prices over the past five years. Priced out of the market for several years during the boom, those lucky enough to have kept their jobs during the recession are now finding properties affordable once again.

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