Ok ‘Warrington’ Boomer Warrington House Prices Have Risen By 159% As A Proportion Of Household Income Since 1980

Posted on: 27 January 2020

OK ‘Warrington’ Boomer Warrington House Prices Have Risen by 159% as a Proportion of Household Income Since 1980

Have the Baby Boomers (people between the ages of 55yo to 75yo) messed things up for the Millennials in terms of getting on the Warrington property ladder? They bought their own council houses in the 80’s and 90’s, meaning there are no affordable homes for today’s youngsters, thus driving up the demand for rental homes and the price of homes (making them unaffordable). So, I decided to look at the figures, which do not make for good reading.


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