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Banks & Insurance Firms to Invest in UK Housing Market

Insurance companies & Banks in the United Kingdom are to invest billions of pounds into the UK Housing market as a result of the rising number of people renting homes as mortgages are becoming much harder to come by during the recession.

HMRC announced that the industry had already invested over 2 billion pounds into housing throughout the last financial year; this is representative of an increase over over 180% on last year.

It is not just banks & insurers who are jumping on the band wagon but private firms & wealthy individuals spent 25% more in the same period too.

Since the start of the recession more & more people have been forced to rent houses as the banks & building societies insist on higher deposits & higher interest rates despite the 0.5% base interest rate.

Another big hook for investors is the huge decrease in house prices, prices have came down as much as 20% in some areas throughout the UK since the start of 2009, buying now at low prices coupled with high rents is proving to be highly lucrative to those who can afford to exploit these troubled times.






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