Rising house prices have not only left fewer young people able to buy a home, they have also divided them into property “haves” and “have-nots”. Thus the divide in House occupancy

Over the past 25 years only a small group of young adults have been able to get on to the property ladder – and this has been getting smaller.

A result of rapidly rising house prices, this trend has led to concerns that younger generations will never be as wealthy as their parents.

But house occupancy inequality doesn’t just exist between the young and the old.

It has also led to a divide between richer and poorer young adults.

Interesting article in the Independent

Housing Divide BBC News