Hall defends comments on ‘tsunami’ of repossessions

Hall defends comments on ‘tsunami’ of repossessions

Hall, who runs the iCare housing body, said most of the mortgage loans acquired by investment funds have been transferred only in the last two years and it will take time before the solution they enacted will become apparent

The debtor rights campaigner David Hall has insisted that the number of home repossessions will rise as a result of the sale of loan books to investment funds.

Hall, who runs the iCare housing body, said most of the mortgage loans acquired by funds have only been transferred in the last two years and it will take time before the solution they enacted will become apparent.

He was widely criticised last week for repeatedly suggesting...

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