I never thought I’d ask this question with the possibility of a positive answer. But…is the UK housing situation actually getting better for young people?
Tired of reading and hearing about how young people can’t buy a home? The average private tenant spends more than 30% of their income on
Help to Buy Isas are on the way out. After November the only option for wised-up home-savers wanting to get their hands on up to
Households struggling to keep out of debt could be offered a lifeline if a bold new scheme is adopted by councils and housing associations. ‘Rent-flex’
Are first-time buyers really getting a leg-up from the government with Help to Buy loans? The Young Money Blog team digs deeper… Many young people are
Iona Bain Young people’s financial morale, right now, is fragile. And understandably so. Some of the factors contributing to this are undeniably real. “Millennials” are,
It’s official. We are not Generation Avocado. The long-awaited report from the Intergenerational Commission has concluded, after two years and over 200 pages, that millennials
The Resolution Foundation, headed by Lord Willetts, has suggested a £10,000 windfall for every young person reaching 25 in the UK, funded by a levy