Certainly a general truth, but that happened in your 20s? The age at which that happens will be interesting to watch. I've a feeling it's rising, younger people are finding it harder to gain property, a stable job that isn't a zero hour contract, and the ability to build up a nice pension. The average age of first time buyers has gone up to 33. If there's a Tory reliance on people voting to protect what they have then they'll need to make it much easier for young people to have stuff.