David Cameron has pledged to build 100,000 new homes for young first-time buyers at discounted prices if the Conservatives win the next General Election in May.
Meanwhile, Labour has vowed to build 200,000 new homes a year by 2020 and said the Prime Minister has presided over the lowest level of house building in peacetime Britain since the 1920s.
Both the Conservative and Labour's housing pledges still fall short of charity Shelter's calls for 250,000 new homes to be built a year.
Our Political Editor Tom Bradby has been tackling readers' questions about David Cameron's conference speech.
I think it is fair to say that was the best speech I have seen David Cameron give in the decade I have been reporting on him.
A mum from Acocks Green has taken advantage of the Conservative Party Conference by using it to take four selfies with the Prime Minister.