Mortgages 

How parental wealth is influencing next-generation homeownership

How parental wealth is influencing next-generation homeownership

In a recent speech to the UK Finance Annual Mortgage conference, Chris Woolard, executive director of strategy at the FCA, quoted a telling statistic: in 1997, 55 per cent of 25 to 34-year-olds owned their own home. 

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