The Brexit campaign claim that remaining in the EU would make it more difficult for people to get a foothold on the housing ladder due to the volume of immigrants and that rising housing prices were partly caused by migration into the UK.
What about other foreign investment, does this not contribute to the price of housing and the stock available?
Is it really true that EU immigrants are out pricing young people in the housing market?
Vote In claim that Brexit would create massive job losses, reduce resources, stagnate or even crash the market whilst increasing the cost of living.
With no jobs and the cost of living rising will this really make the property market more accessible to the young?
Will those wanting to get on the property ladder really be better placed In or Out?
It would seem that the housing market is as unpredictable as ever and only time will tell.
Remaining in the EU would make it more difficult for young people to get a foothold on the housing ladder or find affordable rents because the government will be unable to control European immigration, according to a leading Brexit campaigner.