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I’ll take yours if you’ll take mine

The property downturn and bank inflexibility on mortgages has led to an increased interest in house swapping

27th February, 2010

Activity levels may be improving in the property market, but there is still an oversupply of homes in many areas, and restrictive lending criteria on the part of banks are continuing to thwart many would-be buyers.

For frustrated homeowners who either can’t sell their house in the current market or can’t raise the finance to move to another property, house swapping could be an alternative.

Whereas once a house swap was...

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