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More than 25% of young people share parents’ homes


Here’s something that should concern us all:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-25827061

 

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  1. January 21, 2014 at 3:05 pm

    I have been aware of this for sometime in fact my hairdresser her fiancé lived in a private flat she hairdresser he works for the dwp 2 years ago they took the decision to move in with parents to save for their own home part of her annual holiday doing a crash course to pass her driving test giving them the scope on areas they might wish to move too being increasingly mindful that intereast rates will inevitably rise well they got excepted for a mortgage some days later they were told no they had to get credit cards this they did borrowing small amounts and paying back they are now in a position to take on a mortgage and move on if I’ve a view I’m very concerned for their futures these are both nearing late twentys and it is not exceptable at this age they live with parents and it is indeed a shocking state of affairs for these who have worked hard

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