Banks are reluctant to give mortgages on hundreds of houses built in the 1970s in the island.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner reveals all the details.
This week’s paper also includes:
More on the Manx causes supported by a paedophile in his will
A house that’s been empty for 30 years, which has led to a writer leaving a poem on a window
Phil Gawne MHK’s apology to MLCs
Why Juan Watterson thinks treatment is better for drug addicts than jail
We follow up this story and ask a warden what he thinks
A move to cut the length of time politicians prattle on in Tynwald
A £350m claim is to be heard in the Manx courts
A ‘near naked’ cycling event
A claim by traders that roadworks have cost them 20 per cent of their trade
Tributes to a florist from Peel
A feature about two brothers from Douglas who fought in the First World War
Why £1.6m needs to be spent on the abattoir
A 12-page property supplement
The Examiner’s business section also includes four pages reflecting a round-table discussion about the future of tourism
With our Final Whistle sports pullout, our lively letters pages and Terry Cringle’s nostalgia pages, the island’s favourite newspaper is an essential read this week.
It’s in the shops now.
Tuesday is News Day.