Average age of first-time buyers rises to 31

First-time buyers are waiting longer to set foot on the property ladder, according to a new survey showing that the average age of first time buyers has risen.

13th September, 2008

First-time buyers are waiting longer to set foot on the property ladder, according to a new survey showing that the average age of first time buyers has risen.

The average age at which people buy their first house is now almost 31, according to a survey of trends among first-time buyers.

The survey by the Irish Mortgage Corporation (IMC) found that the typical age of those buying a starter home had risen by a year in...

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