Thursday February 27, 2020

Till debt do us part

A rise in divorce rates is on the cards, as soaring house prices offer a way out to unhappy couples who were once trapped in negative equity, writes David McWilliams.

29th June, 2014

This may seem like a distasteful question to pose on a Sunday morning, particularly if you are sitting across the kitchen table from someone you love, but I'll ask it anyway: do you think divorces are good for the housing market?

Or, to put it another way, did you think that rising house process might allow people who have wanted to split ages ago to finally divorce? If you are happy together, maybe this question...

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