This year those leaving home and beginning to lease will have shelled out more than GBP64,000 before they buy their first property, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents.
Additionally they say that the first-time buyer buying their home this year might have spent an average on rent in 900 of GBP52, their lifetime.
These amounts derive from individuals moving from their parents dwellings at 18 and also the typical first-time buyer being 31.
They also uncovered two fifths of renters do not believe they will ever be able to buy.
“The north south split we’re currently seeing in the united kingdom is a clear example of this.”
Those purchasing a property for the first time this season in the North East, will have spent an average GBP31,300 on rent. In London the average buyer will have spent more than double that, . 300 at GBP68,
He average expense of a house in more than 50% of London postcodes has hastened past the GBP500,000 mark, according to new figures.
Whereas, 99.4% of postcode districts outside London in the rest of England and Wales were found to have an average cost of less than GBP500,000.
The research is dependant on Land Registry figures for data from estate agents and prices paid.
In the SE15 and E1 in the East End which contains Shoreditch and Whitechapel in Peckham, typical prices have reached 900 GBP501, GBP503,000 and respectively .
The most expensive place to purchase is West London with postcodes beginning with W controlling an average cost of GBP1.2m and are good for property auctions Scotland.
On the other hand, E postcodes in east London have the average price of GBP434,000.
Prices in every borough of London have gone past GBP300,000 and appear to be increasing most rapidly in the least expensive areas, the Land Registry has disclosed. In Dagenham & Barking and Hillingdon prices rose by more than 15% in 2015.