The UK government has said it can sell properties without asking you to help out by taking on a loan.
The move will come as a huge relief to property investors who were left frustrated by the inability to sell their homes for cash, or for a fraction of the asking price.
The government said in a statement on Wednesday it would “ensure the right incentives” for owners to sell homes.
The announcement came as it emerged that property tycoon Clive Palmer had signed up as a “finance adviser” to the government.
“We will ensure the right incentive mechanisms are in place so that those who wish to sell are able to do so at a price which is fair, reasonable and reasonable for their circumstances,” the government said.
In the UK, the government currently has an “unrestricted lending scheme” for property investors.
But it was unclear if the government would continue the same policy in the UK.
Palmer has previously said he would like to buy up to 20,000 properties in the country.
The new lending scheme will allow the government to sell up to 15,000 houses in a month.
It was first introduced in 2015, but has been extended since then.
It will be used to help buyers sell properties on their own terms, meaning they will be eligible for a loan of up to 30 per cent of the sale price, with interest of up for up to five years.
However, the scheme will not apply to properties purchased in a lump sum, meaning that some investors might not be able to use it to buy properties for cash.
“The scheme is designed to encourage those who want to sell to take on a new loan, but those who do not have the means to do this may be able, with the help of the finance advice, to sell at a reduced price,” the statement said.
The government is also looking at how to make it easier for people to sell properties at an affordable price, by making it easier to buy the property in one go, rather than through a mortgage or other transaction.
But the finance minister, John Whittingdale, said the scheme would not be used for the same reason as other loans.
“This scheme is not a ‘loan for sale’ or ‘purchase by default’ scheme.
It is designed for the buyer to buy an asset and get a loan from the government,” he said.”
As such, it is not available to the buyer for a purchase by default or a mortgage on a property.””
But it will be available to buyers who have an income of up and above £75,000 a year.”
The government has been working on the scheme since last summer, and hopes to complete it by the end of this year.
Under the scheme, borrowers will be able buy property in a year for a deposit of up