The number of British people who own a second home, buy-to-let or overseas property has doubled since 2001, says think tank the Resolution Foundation.
Young people are being forced into smaller rented homes because of the cost and again if they buy due to the high price of property in the UK, new research shows.
Number has risen from 2.4 million to 3.4 million in 20 years, report says
Overall the number of people owing their own home in England has remain unchanged for the fifth year in a row, but the number of young owners has fallen by a third in a decade, the latest official figures show.
As figures show, a staggering 86,000 young people have been homeless at some point in 2018, with no idea where their next meal or safe place to sleep will come from. RICS have produced a unique paper that pulls together answers from every quarter to bring an end to this stain on our society.
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