CLB Right to Buy Mortgage Claims
Canter Levin & Berg Solicitors
Compensation Claims, Right To Buy, Right To Buy Mortgage
Right to Buy mortgages were introduced by the government in 1979 and were extremely popular in the 1980s when around 2 million former council house tenants bought the homes that they had previously been renting.
The big advantage with the Right to Buy scheme was that homes could be purchased at a discounted rate of between 32% and 60% less than the market value, depending on how long the buyers had lived there.
However, as has been discovered in the years since then, many of these people were mis-sold Right to Buy mortgages by Mortgage Brokers and Financial Advisors, or they were let down by their conveyancing Solicitors.
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