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That 70s House.

15 Mar 2024 | 1 min

A lot has changed in the last 50 years (even if our common sense approach to lending hasn’t).

Check out our ‘That 70s House’ video to see some of the key differences in our homes between the decade of disco and modern day Britain, as we celebrate 50 years of opening doors and common-sense lending.

We take a look at everything from the average salaries and house prices, to the nation’s favourite footballers, food and TV shows, and even the most popular colours on the walls of 1970s living rooms.

Make sure to come back in another 50 years’ time to see what the grandkids have to say about life in the 2020s. There’s one thing that we’re sure won’t go out of style – even more doors opening for our customers, whatever their property ambitions are.

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