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Why Millennials can’t climb the property ladder

With the average semi-detached house costing £225,674 in the UK, the housing crisis has left many of those within the younger generations short of an opportunity to own their own home. As the UK experiences a widening generational wealth gap, research from credit comparison experts TotallyMoney uncovers how...
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First-time buyers flying through the Prime London property market

First-time buyers are almost neck-and-neck with investors in the Prime London property market, according to estate agent Marsh & Parsons’ latest London Property Monitor.  While investors continue to account for the majority of house purchases made across Prime London, this margin has narrowed significantly after a huge spike...
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6% more first-time buyers in London

New CML data on the characteristics of lending in Greater London in the third quarter of 2014 show the market grew in both house purchase and remortgage activity compared to the previous quarter. First-time buyer loans totalled 13,300 in the third quarter in London – 8% up on...
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