A deepening recession risk will keep home ownership out of reach for many.
Government moves to encourage longer and larger home loans won’t address housing affordability in the UK
Middle- and low-income households are being priced out of owning their homes as average house prices reach levels last seen in the 2000s.
The technology exists, but homeowners aren’t being swayed by subsidies.
The number of older renters is growing – and much less is known about their experiences in the expensive and insecure private rented sector.
There are benefits to society of good housing for all – health, wellbeing, savings from costs of crime and health – that are not captured in its price.
The approach to housing in the UK hasn’t worked for years. What could we learn from how it’s done in other countries?
Landlords could have a big impact on public health, if they help their tenants to feel at home.
A new study looks at the pure financial return of UK home ownership over 40 years to find consistently positive results.