Bank of Ireland has come under fire for an ad encouraging people to move in with their parents to save for a mortgage.
The financial institution's now-deleted Twitter ad sparked many angry responses online.
The ad highlighted the case of one couple who moved home to their parents' homes while saving for a deposit.
A blog post about the couple's experiences remains on the bank's website.
However, social medias criticised the ad, claiming it feeds into normalising the financial & housing struggles facing many young people.
But Karl Deeter from the Irish Mortgage Brokers Association doesn't see a problem with the ad, saying he commends those who choose to move home to save: