Friday, 26 May 2017

Why Big Drop In Home Ownership For Young Families Is Worrying

Home ownership for young families has halved in some of Britain's leading housing markets since the 1990s. The phrase "housing crisis" is rarely off politicians' lips these days as they increasingly recognise the cost of a home - to buy and to rent - plays a key role in determining living standards. And quite right too as new Resolution Foundation analysis shows the crisis is both acute and widely felt. Home ownership levels among today's young families are way below those enjoyed by their parents' generation. Read more on the Resolution Foundation website.

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