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The Times says they are known as the staying-put generation — and they’re feeling cramped. People aged mostly between 38 and 55, bought their first properties in the boom years, but with growing families could do with upsizing again. 

Aaron Strutt, of Trinity Financial, told The Times says there are record-low rates available on refinancing deals, and it remains the most sensible type of personal loan for many.

“For the staying-put generation who choose not to move, either because it’s too much hassle or stamp duty has put them off, there are some super-cheap rates.”

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