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BBC NewsBank of Mum and Dad is huge, but not enough to solve housing crisisTelegraph.co.ukMoney supplied for house purchases by family members now amounts to £5bn annually: the average parental contribution towards a deposit is now £17,500, and these funds in turn underpin property purchases worth £77bn. ... The way we “do” mortgages in the ...'Bank of mum and dad' lends £5bn a year in UK, says L&GBBC Newsall 6 news articles »
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