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New drive to promote home ownership
‘Aspiring homeowners will be able to climb onto the property ladder with as little as a £1,400 deposit under government reforms that aim to promote home ownership. The rules on shared ownership properties — homes that people can part-buy and part-rent — will be loosened to open the scheme to 175,000 more households, David Cameron will said Today. The move will contribute to the government’s promise to “build a nation of homeowners”, Mr Cameron said, seeking to set out his party’s election manifesto achievements so far.
David Cameron also visited Carlisle today
Major expansion to shared ownership
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