We have all been stuck inside, staring at the same four walls for months during the coronavirus pandemic.
So it is only natural some of us will be getting itchy feet and thinking about finding a new place to call home when lockdown is fully over.
Especially if you’re yet to get on the property ladder and have been cooped up with your family for four months.
Buying a house for the first time can be scary, especially with the astronomical property prices in Kent.
And now research from Zoopla has unearthed exactly how much you’ll need to earn to buy in every part of our county.
The property website has analysed the numbers and found that the average cost of a first time buyer home is £220,000.
But they are spending more than this on average in every single part of Kent.