The survey results show that nearly one-third of the Czech population own their home: 32% live in an owned flat whilst 30% in an owned house. Looking at the other third who rent their home, significantly more Czechs live in a rented apartment than in a rented house.
On average, Czechs have moved three times in their live.
In total 96% of respondents from Czech Republic dream of owning their home.
Males aged between 30 and 39 years are especially likely to live in an owned home, usually in a town. In contrast to that, the majority of tenants is female, and between 20 and 29 years old.
Czechs are willing to spend a maximum of 40% of their net income on housing. This corresponds to the amount of money that they are already spending on their homes.
The majority of Czechs believe that the costs for living are increasing. What is noticeable is that especially those who rent a hold this view.
11% of Czechs are living in a single household. Most of them rent a flat, whereas the majority of the people living with their partner own their home.
19% of Czechs have a secondary residence. In the majority of cases the second homes are located in a town or rural area in Czech Republic and used for weekends.
Czechs stated that their perfect home would have five rooms and 119 square meters.
Their top features of an ideal property are: