Since Britain voted to leave the EU, share prices of some of the country's biggest house builders have slumped.
Home builders want the government to expand the Help to Buy scheme in order to strengthen confidence if the economy slows.
Most economists believe a recession is on the horizon. However, some experts disagree, and insist that the much-talked about fall in house prices post-referendum is not entirely inevitable.
ITV News Business Editor Joel Hills reports:
More than one in four Britons aged 55 and over financially support their child or other dependents to get on to the property ladder.Read the full story ›
House prices rose by 7.6% across the UK in the year to February, driven by big increases in the south east and east, official figures show.Read the full story ›
The number of homeowners under 35 has slumped by nearly 300,000, it has been revealed, as a review into the housing market is launched.Read the full story ›
Lord Heseltine has said it is his dream to get rid of UK 'slums', as the prime minster announced a scheme to transform some housing estates.Read the full story ›
An estimated 2.7m parents across England are cutting back on heating or clothes to meet housing costs according to research from Shelter.Read the full story ›
The PM said the planned construction on public land is the most significant since the regeneration of London's Docklands in the 1980s.Read the full story ›
Too many family homes are being built around the size of a bathroom too small for people to live in them comfortably, a report says.Read the full story ›
2014 saw the least amount of social housing being built since the Second World War. How can we combat this decline? Tonight investigates.Read the full story ›