A new study by former Conservative minister David Willetts has found that young people in Britain are spending three times more than their grandparents on housing, yet living in worse accommodation. Those aged between 18-36 are typically spending 12 percent of their incomes...
As inflation hits, two-thirds of British shoppers have visited discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl in the three months to September 9. For every £8 spent in UK supermarkets, the German discounters accounted for £1 as people are seeking ways to save...
Over half of the country is now more affordable to live in that before the credit crunch, but the divide between the North and the South of England continues to grow. The new research from the Yorkshire Building Society found that...
5.1 million UK adults delay starting a family or getting hitched in order to buy a home, despite just 8 percent of the UK seeing owning a property with a partner a significant long term commitment. According to the latest...
A new study has found the gap between earnings and house prices has fallen, with homes across half the UK more affordable now than in 2007. Research by the Yorkshire Building Society has shown that houses in Leeds, Birmingham and Glasgow...