July 2003
Brand Strategy;Jul2003, Issue 173, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on the result of the research on the number of children who return home at least twice for long periods before settling outside the parental home. Financial impact on parents who have adult children; Reason for young people to stay at home; Decline of the number of under-25's obtaining mortgage.


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