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LOCATION, Location, Location viewers had a big complaint about a first-time buyer's house hunt.

The latest episode of the Channel 4 show saw Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer revisit people who had been looking to buy their first properties.


As well as couple Ella and Grant, who have been living with his mum for the last few years as they saved up for their first home together, the property pair also visited Chloe.

Reading-born Chloe had moved back in with her parents after uni and had viewed a whopping 60 homes with her dad but still hadn't found the one.

Chloe hoped to find somewhere in the sought after area of Caversham or close by and had saved up a deposit of £60,000.

In a voiceover, Phil explained that Chloe's parents were also lending her some money to put into her house owner dream, and while it wasn't clear how much, Chloe did give a bit more detail during a sit down with Kirstie.

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The presenter asked: "You're top budget…£380k?"

But Chloe replied: "The lower the better…£350,000 as I'm having to owe dad back in the long term."

However, viewers were not impressed and took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

One wrote: "Shows like #locationlocationlocation should be a bit more representative of what real young people are going through.

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"What's the appetite to watch a show about a privileged young person who can save a £60k deposit by living at home for years?"

Another added: "Imagine being in your early twenties and having a 350k budget for your first house. Yes I’m jealous, I’m jealous because I’ll never be able to afford my own home."

A third tweeted: "These people whose parents buy their first house have no idea how lucky they are. You can tell this girl is used to having a certain type of lifestyle, very privileged #LocationLocationLocation."

Meanwhile another shared: "Don’t forget Bank of Dad has pushed her budget up to £380K. Otherwise she’d barely be able to afford a Studio."

Location, Location, Location airs on Channel 4 and is available on All 4.

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