Actually, I will, as I plan to move one day, and not tell them where I've gone. Drastic I know, but it would be nice to have the house to just myself and my wife. Actually, I think she might prefer it to just be her and the cat.
In all seriousness, I am not sure that this is actually the case, certainly not from my perspective. With so many opportunities out there for first time buyers now is the best time to buy. And, unsurprisingly, there are more first time buyers than ever in the past decade (as reflected in transaction numbers).
Help to Buy, shared ownership, Help to Buy ISA's, Lifetime ISA's are just a few schemes to help first time buyers climb onto the property ladder.
But is it that people like the comfort of living at home, with their parents there to do things for them?
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Flying the nest has never been more difficult for young UK adults saving for a property as over half of the adult population, over the age of 35, still live in their family home. A new report, by Trussle, has highlighted the increasing difficulty of saving and purchasing property in the current climate with 58% of adults under the age of 35-years-old forced to remain in the family home in order to save for a deposit. The lack of affordability in London was also highlighted by the fact that 74% of people aged between 18-34 have been forced to remain in their parent’s home.