84%
Yes
16%
No
84%
Yes
16%
No

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Other Popular Answers

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 @9PQJS56answered…3wks3W

No, but they should permanently abolish stamp duty for first-time homebuyers and raise the Lifetime ISA limit on home prices.

 @9QSH7HNanswered…5 days5D

I think by strong rent control and making it harder to become a landlord will bring housing market down. We need a real living wage. People should be able to buy a house without needing assistance from the government in the first place

 @9QSD9MBanswered…5 days5D

Yes - But only for certain individuals, vetting process of income, deposit etc should be provide to ensure only those who need help receive it.

 @9QS9VW6answered…5 days5D

yes but this depends on how badly they need it and should only be put in place to prevent them from going homeless

 @9QRCQFManswered…7 days7D

No, subsidising purchases would only increase the housing price, the government should focus on supply side dynamics by building more houses

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