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Yahoo Discussion On Costs Of Uni / Property For Young People

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The Yahoo.co.uk site have got a discussion going on whether university costs are too expensive now.

It is also talking about houseprices, and how young people are struggling to get on the property ladder due to being saddled with student debt.

I've added my thoughts and advised people that if they are thinking of buying, they need to self-educate themselves first by checking out housepricecrash.

I've got one convert already :)

Feel free to go onto Yahoo and educate people further :)

The discussion posted is

"A recent survey has shown that around half a million graduates have borrowed £2 billion from their parents in order to get on to the property ladder.

At the same time a quarter of graduates who had left university during the past two years and do not yet own their own place are still living with their parents.

Do you think this is caused by the rising levels of debt enforced on students who go to university, meaning that they have to take years longer to save to buy a property, or to rely on contributions from their families? "

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