The reliance of first-time buyers upon the Bank of Mum and Dad to purchase a home has hit a record high, according to new research.
Despite improved conditions for homeowners ready to take their second step on the property ladder, an increasing number think it will be harder to sell their home this year, according to new research from Lloyds Bank.
Home-ownership remains at its lowest level in 30 years, according to the latest English Housing Survey.
120 buyers raced to apply for Ireland's Help to Buy scheme within hours of it launching this week.
The homeownership gap between black and white households has remained the same for past 100 years in the USA.
The average Londoner will need to save up for over 100 years to be able to afford a house of their own, according to one new study.