The age of the average first time buyer has risen to 34 from 27 in 30 years, according to a study by loan provider GE Money Home Lending and customer research organisation The Future Foundation.
The survey, which compares attitudes today with those of 30 years ago, also shows 76% of consumers see first time buyer affordability as worse than before as house price inflation has risen 1,436% over...
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