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Monday 30 May 2016 7:42 AM

Not since the sub-prime taboo days of 2008 has a 100 per cent mortgage been offered by a lender.

Since then, the closest the market's come to it are the two 95 per cent Help to Buy mortgage schemes, and one of them ends in December this year.

That's why the news that the first 100 per cent mortgage in eight


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