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There is finally a glimmer of hope for renters

Being a part of generation rent in the UK generally means you live at the whims of your landlord whether they are reliable or complete scamming cowboys. 392 more words

Finance

Moving in, out, up, and down

There are times when I’m talking to The Mom over Skype and as she runs me through the details of her week, it amounts almost exclusively to something like: people came with stuff, left stuff, took stuff, brought more stuff, moved stuff around, and then left with less stuff than originally advertised. 776 more words

Moving Home

Moving on from home ownership for 'Generation Rent' - Richard Ronald. 

by Richard Ronald, Associate Professor, Centre for Urban Studies, University of Amsterdam

The inequalities and inequities that housing markets generate have become a cross-national issue in the last decade or so. 1,121 more words

Poverty & Inequality

Today We are 5 and other exciting things

Yesterday was rather momentous for us I was checking my emails when an alert came in telling me the blog was five years old. Well howdee down doodee and Happy Birthday I thought to myself. 243 more words

Flowers

Why not live in a van

Hello there friends. I hope you are well. Here at tidy living space I am always on the lookout for unconventional ways to live. The future of housing here in Britain seems to be changing a lot. 194 more words

Home Improvement

Tory Voters Back Rent Control - Proof the Housing Market is Bust

House builders have reignited the housing debate with two new reports. First Berkeley Homes’ boss Rob Perrins garnered publicity for calling out the PM on the anticipated failure of government to miss a target of 1m new homes by 2020. 613 more words

Getting "generation rent" to save for later.

Matthew Vincent has some fun in the FT at the expense of the chin hairs, the Digital Garages and the “app’ll fix it” culture among pension strategists. 756 more words

Pensions