Survey results of Greece: Home Life

The results of the survey indicate that 70% of people in Greece are homeowners, of which 28% live in a flat and 42% in a house that they own. Taking the remaining 30% that rent their home into consideration, they equally live in an apartment or a house.
The average number of relocations in Greece amounts to four times per person.

Homeowners and tenants in Greece

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With 94% almost all Greeks dream of owning their home.
The majority of Greeks dream of an owned home

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Mainly men aged between 50 and 59 years live in an owned house, usually in a city. In contrast, the majority of tenants are female, live in a city and are in the age group from 30 to 39 years.
Typical profile of a homeowner in Greece

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Currently people in Greece spend 50% of their net income on housing, which is 10% higher than the European average and also 10% more than they would like to spend.
Income spent on housing Greece

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Potential income spent on housing Greece

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Only 37% of Greeks think that living in their country is expensive and only nearly a quarter believes that the cost of living is growing.

Living is rather expensive Greece

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Living is getting ever more expensive Greece

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Living is getting ever more expensive Greece (rented vs owned)

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Only 9% of Greeks live in a single household, which is significantly lower than the European average that accounts for 15%.

Who people share their home with Greece

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Who people share their home with Greece (residence)

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Survey results of Greece: Home Life