59% of people who do not own their own home believe they will never be able to afford one in their own area, according to a new poll by the housing charity Shelter.
The figures come from a new poll by the housing charity Shelter.
Shelter analysts said someone putting away £200 a month would have to save for nearly 16 years to have enough for an average deposit.
44% said they believe their children or future children will not be able to afford a decent home.
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