Article preview: If you move back in with your parents to save money and build up a deposit to buy a home, how long will it take? On average, couples who move back in with parents to save on rent need to stay living in the family home for 37 months. The three year stay in the parental home is time to save up for an average home deposit, according to a study by Ocean Finance.
Moving home to save for a deposit
This 361-word blog post looks at a new study by Ocean Finance, considering the length of time it takes for couples to save for a deposit by moving in with parents to save on rent costs. Written on 15th April 2021.
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