Demand for buy-to-let property is set to continue, almost half of non-homeowners in the UK believe they will never own their own property and continue to live in buy-to-let rental accommodation or stay with parents.
The research shows that 1.1 million people would consider moving abroad to own a property.
It is proving increasingly for difficult young people to get on the property ladder, with 23% of 18-24 year olds would be willing to move jobs or relocate somewhere else in the U.K to be a homeowner.
The research conducted by Santander also revealed that 30% of 18 to 24 year olds who do not currently own a home would use any inheritance they receive as a property deposit, while 11% would ask their parents to be guarantors to secure a mortgage.
As a result many people are opting to rent, and as many of these tenants consider renting to be a long-term resolution, buy-to-let property investments are increasingly sought after. The high property price rises that have led to many young people being unable to afford a deposit have generated strong capital growth, while the sheer demand for rental accommodation has driven sustained monthly yield increases.
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