Beyond copingPosted: December 8, 2014 | Author: julesbirch | Filed under: Housing market, Mortgages, Poverty, Private renting, Social housing | Tags: Food banks, Housing costs |1 Comment
Housing costs have already stretched many people to the limit. What will happen if and when they rise again?
That’s the question raised in two reports out today on the plight of home owners and renters who have found ways to cope with current costs but may not be able to for much longer. A third report shows how the poorest households are only coping with help from food banks.
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