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Negative equity afflicts 'half a million households'

Nearly 500,000 households in the UK are still in negative equity, according to newly released figures.

The situation makes it virtually impossible for homeowners to sell up and move - especially in parts of the country where house prices are falling.

The figures are based on data from more than one million home loans.

Brian Milligan reports.

  • 01 Mar 2014
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