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Rising house prices I have chosen to do my project on the property boom that has shook the UK in the past 5 years Some people may not believe this is an issue but with the average house price now standing at 169 300 a rise of 91 in 5 years its an issue most chose to ignore How my generation are supposed to own their own property is the question this project will look at With the average 27 year old earning less then 20 thousand a year it seems an impossibility An under 25 earns on average less then 15 thousand this makes buying a house even more statistically remote pricing us out of all but 3 of Englands 388 council areas We would need a mortgage of almost 6 and a half times our salary for our first home and this could be hampered even more by student debts The average graduate debt is close to 10000 Teachers and nurses are particularly in danger of being priced out of this market Anna ORaw has been a primary school teacher for 3 years and currently earns 19 000 a year In the area of London where she lives a 2 bedroom flat costs more then 250 thousand and last year a garage on her street sold for 70 000 This could be any one of us ending up homeless despite our glamorous qualifications And dont think having a levels or a degree will save you from living it rough Hidden underclasss of highly educated people are sleeping on Britains streets Almost 50 of the homeless questioned in a survey by the charity Crisis had GCSs 16 had A levels and 15 had a university degree Shocking as these figures may seem its due to the lack of affordable housing that these people are where they are Drugs alcohol for some wasnt even a factor they are homeless because they
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