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25% of youngsters unable to buy a home

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  • 25% of youngsters unable to buy a home

    According to research from Hometrack, the property research specialists, 25% of young working households cannot afford to purchase a home. Hometrack studied every local authority area across the UK and compared house prices with earnings. The research focused on the intermediate housing market, which are young working households that are not entitled to housing benefit [...]

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    it's obviously something close to our heart, and a solution to this problem for some would be co-buying. Granted it is not for everyone, but for some there are a considerable number of benefits that shared ownership can bring. Not least it allows many to get a foot on the housing ladder, something that is becoming more and more difficult these days.

    The Co-Buyers Network (put a search in Google) can offer advice, answer any questions you may have about co-buying, or shared ownership and put you in touch with other like minded co-buyers.

    If there are any specific question you have that are not answered then just give us a shout and we would be glad to help.

    Cheers,

    The Co-Buyers Team

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