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  • Britons can’t afford to build their dream home
  • Britons can’t afford to build their dream home
    Milivoj Kuhar (2018) ©
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Britons can’t afford to build their dream home

Building a house from scratch is a dream for many, and a third of Britons would like to make it a reality. But financial hurdles block people from being able to live out their DIY dreams, leaving room for brands to step in to make these aspirations more accessible.

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