Breakfast served up at Spitalfields Market with financial advice to get on property ladder
- Credit: Lucy Young
A pop-up ‘Cred & Breakfast’ offering access to money and mortgage advice is being held this-morning at The Breakfast Club in Spitalfields Market.
It’s aim is to help millennials, those born in the 1990s, get on the property ladder.
Anyone turning up gets a free breakfast while also being served up financial information to increase their chances of owning a home.
It is being served up by Noddle, part of the Callcredit Group credit report and score service.
“There’s a lot of pessimism around millennials’ chances,” Noddle’s Jacqueline Dewey said. “But we want to challenge this notion and help young people own their own home.”
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Millennials struggle to get on the ladder compared to previous generations, with only one-in-three managing it by their late-20s. That compares to half the so-called ‘Generation X’ buying their own home and six-out-of-10 of the post-War baby boomers.
The ‘Cred & Breakfast’ runs till 11.30am with three sessions, the last beginning 10.30am.
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