Budgeting to Buy a House
Lifestyle , Professional / 18th June 2017

Being a millenial sucks. Don’t fight me about it. It just does. Job security isn’t a thing any more, relationships don’t exist and don’t even THINK about being as privileged as your parents were at your age. One of the biggest downsides to living in this generation is the total unlikelihood of ever getting on the property ladder. We’re living in generation rent and it is not a good place to be. THe housing market suffered massively in the credit crunch and we’re here to bear the brunt of those negative side effects with vastly increased interest rates and house prices that are way out of our stagnated wage allowance. That being said, me and my partner are currently budgeting for a house and we’re getting on our way pretty nicely. There’s a while to go but we’re beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel with regards to gathering our initial deposit. The actual mortgage repayments are a different bridge that we’ll cross when we get to it. Here are the way that have helped us save up to buy a house. Cutting Down on Nights Out Me and my partner love to go out and…