Definition of housing ladder in English:

housing ladder

Line breaks: hous¦ing lad¦der

noun

British
Another term for property ladder. a new scheme to help thousands of people get on the housing ladder was unveiled today
More example sentences
  • More people could get on the housing ladder if they were prepared to scale down their ideas and not insist on something out of Elle decoration.
  • Many homeowners cannot move up the housing ladder as falling property prices have wiped out equity in their homes.
  • Millions of young Britons despair of ever putting a tentative toe on to the first rung of the housing ladder.

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