Most renters believe that they will never own a permanent home
The majority of renters are pessimistic about being able to afford a home.
A survey of renters countrywide found that seven out of 10 believe they will never be able to afford to buy a property.
Large numbers also worry about being able to afford the rent, such have been the increases in the cost of accommodation lately, according to the survey commissioned by Taxback.com.
Nine out of 10 of those who rent said they worry to varying degrees about being able to meet their monthly repayments.
Affordability has become a major issue, as rents are so high people are struggling to pay, and the monthly cost is such a drain that young couples are unable to save for a deposit in order to buy a property.