Chancellor Of The Exchequer George Osborne Makes A Post Budget Visit In London : News Photo

Chancellor Of The Exchequer George Osborne Makes A Post Budget Visit In London

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 21: Chancellor George Osborne (C) visits apartments under construction at the Berkeley Homes Royal Arsenal Riverside development in Woolwich on March 21, 2013 in south east London, England. The Chancellor of the Exchequer visited homebuyers and construction workers at the housing development site the day after he announced in his Budget speech the government's measures for assisting first-time buyers and existing home-owners in moving up the property ladder, with a GBP £3.5 billion investment in government loans to financially stretched home-buyers and GBP £12 billion towards a scheme to increase availability of mortgages to first-time buyers unable to afford a large deposit. Homebuyers will be able to borrow up to 20% per cent of the value of most new-build properties interest-free for five years. (Photo by Mark Large - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 21: Chancellor George Osborne (C) visits apartments under construction at the Berkeley Homes Royal Arsenal Riverside development in Woolwich on March 21, 2013 in south east London, England. The Chancellor of the Exchequer visited homebuyers and construction workers at the housing development site the day after he announced in his Budget speech the government's measures for assisting first-time buyers and existing home-owners in moving up the property ladder, with a GBP £3.5 billion investment in government loans to financially stretched home-buyers and GBP £12 billion towards a scheme to increase availability of mortgages to first-time buyers unable to afford a large deposit. Homebuyers will be able to borrow up to 20% per cent of the value of most new-build properties interest-free for five years. (Photo by Mark Large - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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