9 Jun

Houses for sale in Dartmouth a 'right'?

Houses for sale in Dartmouth a 'right'?

Home ownership is not right for everyone it has been claimed, with some people perhaps more suited to property to rent in Dartmouth.

Not everyone is in the position to afford to buy a home, according to MyMortgageDirect.

The financial advisors believe mortgages for houses for sale in Dartmouth and across the UK should require buyers to save for a deposit.

Catherine Hearnden, director at MyMortgageDirect, claims the need for government measures to ensure affordable housing for all buyers depends on whether we believe it is a "right" to own a property.

She explained: "I don't think it is a right. In many countries in Europe and around the world, no-one sees it as a right; they see it as an aspiration."

Houses to rent in Dartmouth may be more suitable for certain lifestyles than investing in property for sale in the area.

People that are forced to move frequently due to their jobs may find renting an easier option, as it does not require them to sell their home when they need to move on.

Alternatively, families wanting to leave inheritance behind for their children may consider property for sale in Dartmouth a worthwhile investment.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800573863-ADNFCR

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