• 29% of parents think their home is too small for their family to live in comfortably
• 14% of those expecting to become a parent within the next few months are still living in unsuitable homes
31st January 2012: Nearly a quarter (24%) of children living in British homes are forced to share a bedroom, rising again to 38% for younger families and 35% for those living in London, according to new figures¹ from property website FindaProperty.com.
According to the findings, 29% of parents think their current home is too small to accommodate the size of their family, rising to 40% for younger families where parents are aged 18 – 34.
FindaProperty.com has released these findings to coincide with the launch of its new TV advertisements, the first of which uses a rapping dad-to-be to...