Gavin Barwell said the idea would help ease the housing crisis and combat inter-generational unfairness, the Daily Telegraph said.
The newspaper said Mr Barwell revealed his mother would be leaving her estate and £750,000 home to his sons.
"There is a job here to make very strongly the moral case to people about why these homes are needed," he said.
"There is a profound inter-generational unfairness that has been created by this policy over a number of years.
"I have got a nice home, I have got three kids and my mother has just disinherited my brother and I in order that she can pass her assets on to her five grandchildren. They will be OK," he told the Daily Telegraph.
Asked if others should think about transferring wealth this way, he told the newspaper: "Yes, absolutely. Generally in life we all like to think that our children are going to be better off than us.