A recent two-year investigation into intergenerational fairness in Britain, showed that the amount of 25 to year-olds that own their own home has more than halved in some regions over the last 35 years, The Guardian report. Perhaps the most shocking statistic is that in the s, it would have taken a household in their late 20s roughly three years to save up for an average deposit. And for millennials? Oh, just 19 years…. Whose parents am I supposed to live with?
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Can't Find An Affordable Home? Try Living In A Pod
The rooms are smaller than a parking space, but how does the newest thing on the Auckland housing market really measure up? The co-living home is a rectangle box with a kitchen, living room, cinema room and rumpus room all on the ground floor. There is a considerable amount of road noise outside but stepping through the front doors and into the kitchen brings that down to a whisper.
Courtesy PodShare hide caption. The cost of housing is out of reach for many residents in cities such as Los Angeles and Seattle. One solution is called co-living, and it looks a lot like dorm life. Co-living projects are trying to fill a vacuum between low-income and luxury housing in expensive housing markets where people in the middle are left with few choices. Nadya Hewitt lives in a building in Los Angeles run by a company called PodShare, where renters or "members," in company lingo occupy "pods.