Generation rent: what to expect in 2024
There is an obvious need for more affordable housing in order to assist young adults, who have been priced
out of the housing market, in getting onto the property ladder. Also known as ‘Generation Rent’, many young adults aged 18-40 are unable to purchase a house as a result of paying a high
percentage of their income on rent. So what can this demographic expect in 2024?
New year, new me: what’s your priority?
The New Year is traditionally a time for reflection and the beginning of positive change. For some, that could
mean getting into shape, starting a new hobby or giving up a bad habit. Most of us spend the holidays with our families, and we all want to know that they are looked after if something were to
happen, but many of us don’t have a plan in place. So why not prioritise something new this year?
Renter’s Reform Bill: how would it impact me?
The Private Rented Sector (PRS) is a vital part of the housing market, making up around 19% of
all households. While many stay in rented accommodation their entire lives, many use it as a stepping stone towards the property ladder. It takes an average of 10 years to save for a
home, which is why it’s important to have a sufficient supply of good quality let properties and a fair environment for both landlords and tenants.