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  • Would-be homeowners expect to save four years for first home deposit (but a quarter think they'll never get on the ladder)

    Aspiring homeowners believe they will need to save for more than four years in order to afford a deposit for their first home, research from Aviva reveals today. Research carried out as part of Aviva’s ‘Home’ report series showed that UK adults who want to buy a home expect to save for four years and four months on average, in order to build up an adequate deposit. However, one in four (27%) non-homeowners believe that they will never be in a position to buy their own property.
  • Aviva comment: ISA savers continue to love cash despite historically low base rates

    Today’s HMRC Individual Savings Accounts statistics highlights the UK’s continued love of cash when it comes to saving into an ISA, despite the Bank of England base rate rates running at historically low levels.  
  • Comment from Aviva on ONS rental market figures

    Today’s rental price data from the ONS1 shows that the dream of owning a property continues to be a nightmare for today’s millennials.
  • UK:Is 'FOMO' driving motorists to use social media while behind the wheel?

    Social media and FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) could be putting road-users at risk, as motorists admit to checking social networking sites and reading messages on their phones while driving. A poll of 1,565 drivers* carried out by insurer Aviva found that four in 10 people questioned (42%) had used their phone at some point while driving for reasons other than hands-free calls.
  • Aviva announces partnership with Plug and Play

    Aviva is to partner with Plug and Play, a global digital start-up accelerator headquartered in Silicon Valley. The relationship will give Aviva access to world-class digital start-ups, and the opportunity to help mentor them and help them to turn ideas into products or services.

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