Recently published research has found that the average Londoner will need to save for a minimum of 60 years for a deposit to purchase a property in the capital. Asking prices have risen 8.2% for first time buyers with the average in London being a staggering £490,000 for a first home. After an 85% increase in property values within the last five years the market doesn’t show any signs of slowing down soon.
With the cost of living soaring and the rental market at an all time high how does the regular worker get a foot on the ladder if they don’t have access to the bank of mum and dad?
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