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Britain's banks are inherently biased against parents who try to get a mortgage

Having children could seriously hinder your chances of buying a home, judging by new research by price comparison site uSwitch. The survey showed that banks and building societies offer reduced mortgages to adults with children due to expectations that they would spend a bulk of their income on childcare costs. uSwitch, said that 17% of families have been offered a reduced mortgage because of childcare costs — or have even been rejected.
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