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78-year-old has 1.5 million dkk. brick: It's not easy

- It is unfortunate to sit as a pensioner with an interest-only loan, which expires in four years. In a house you've had in 35 years(long ought to be paid off)

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78-year-old has 1.5 million dkk. brick: It's not easy

- It is unfortunate to sit as a pensioner with an interest-only loan, which expires in four years. In a house you've had in 35 years(long ought to be paid off).

- Even without having a retirement savings.

no matter what, so he can not be by failing to keep the house for ever.

- It he must have been aware when he entered into the agreement for no amortization.

How to write Lotte J in a dept most popular comment, which is written on Danish newspaper Politiken's Facebook profile about the retiree and owner Joe, who repeatedly has asked his lender, he must have extended his no amortization. In vain:

- I live for the 3,500 kroner per month, when the interest on the interest-only loans, water, electricity and heating are paid.

- But I don't know how it would be done, when afdragsfriheden runs out in 4 years

- I have a home equity at least one and a half million, so I would like to have extended afdragsfriheden, tells the desperate house owner who receives well 200,000 a year in pension, to the newspaper. And when his income is higher, so can he, according to the Fsa's rules on the debt ceiling, does not extend its cheap loans.

- The adjustment that took place has so many negative effects, and is totally unfair and changes the entire basis for how we finances our accommodation.

Young people can't get loans, and the elderly with great home equity may not borrow, even if they can afford it.

- Common common sense is put out of the game.

- instead, there is being built up, a grey credit market, which takes care nicely paid.

- But what should older people who have saved up in their homes do when they would like to spend a little money on to have it good, yes just find a alternative way, pengelån outside banks and credit unions.

- It is a total unfair way and the unlucky way and fits the gray money market, writes Mette B on Danish newspaper Politiken's Facebook, but what are you thinking?

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