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The majority of first-time buyers for 20 years
At the moment, British first-time buyers have either a good or a poor quality of living, whatever proof you select. Theoretically, we were supposed to be the same 20 years ago, but as the IFS noted over that time, salaries rose by 22 percent, while home values rose by 152 percent.
Drill into the mortgages and you can see how this has drastically altered the experience for first-time buyers. First, while the share of first-time buyers last year may have been the same as in 1996, what you are not told is that the total number of buyers of a house has dropped - by 23 percent.
With 365,800, there were even 100,000 fewer first-time buyers last year than in 1996. You only had to lend a 22,500 pound loan larger than your paycheck to get to the residential manager twenty years ago - today you have to lend 97,000 pounds more than it does. Today's first-time buyers usually need two wages to buy a house, with an avarage of £28,000 a year.
However, the true assassin for today is collecting a single payment. Today the first purchaser has to find 22,000, while the 1996s were purchased with 2,000 pounds of down. This is the pivotal point in how the first purchase has become a sports for high income individuals and those whose families can give them part or all of their deposits.
Most first-time buyers would be crammed without Mom and Dad's bank.