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UK mortgage lender to offer first 100% loans since 2008 crisis

Skipton building society aims product at renters who cannot save enough for a deposit

A leading lender plans to launch a 100% mortgage aimed at would-be first-time buyers who cannot save for a deposit, the first since the 2008 financial crisis.

Standard home loans where the borrower does not have to put down a deposit used to be fairly commonplace but the last was axed in the wake of the financial crisis.

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