With the general election only a fortnight away, housing is a topic that has been on the minds of our readers.
Here, we answer a selection of your questions.
What are parties pledging to do to help first-time buyers? Joanna MacGowan
Young people in particular are less likely to own a home than previous generations, according to the think tank the Resolution Foundation.
The Conservatives want to introduce a new mortgage with long-term fixed rates, requiring only a 5% deposit, to help young people buy their first homes.
This is in addition to creating a scheme where first-time buyers will be able to get a 30% discount on new homes in their local area.
Labour has also said it would give local people “first dibs” on new homes built