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  • 1,252 West Ealing homes bought by private landlords in the last 10 years
  • 1,252 West Ealing homes bought by private landlords in the last 10 years

  • 01 February 2016
  • What does this mean for existing homeowners in West Ealing and first time buyers?

    People are always going to need a roof over their heads and somewhere to live will never go out of fashion – it’s a necessity for every single person. The 22 to 30 year olds of the area have a choice to what type of roof they have; they can rent from a Housing Association, they can rent from a private landlord or finally they can get a mortgage and buy one. In the 1970’s/80’s and 90’s, the expected thing was to save like mad for two years for the deposit (going without luxuries) whilst living at home or renting a cheap two up two down, then buy your first house.

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