One in three Londoners fear having to move out due to the rising cost of housing in the capital.
A new survey by the Chartered Institute of Housing found that 34% of people agree they might have to leave their local area in the future, because the cost of housing is too high.
That's compared with 20% across the rest of the country.
The survey also found that 3 in 10 people living in London are concerned about being able to pay their rent or mortgage and 36% said concerns about housing costs are causing them a great deal or a fair amount of stress.
The survey also showed that Londoners are more unhappy with their homes than the average person in Great Britain.
18% per cent say they are very or fairly dissatisfied with their home compared to just 12% across the nation.