The Guardian

Affordable homes in south-east England should cost £250,000 or less, says study

Only a fifth of households can afford to buy the average new home in the region, says Savills report Only a fifth of households can afford to buy the average new home in the south-east of England, according to research, which said affordable properties in the region should cost no more than £250,000. Savills, the property firm, said the housebuilding industry was on track to deliver the...

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