The findings of the survey show that the majority of the Dutch population own the home they live in. From the homeowners 7% inhabit an owned flat and 52% inhabit an owned house. Of the remaining 41% who rent their home the greater part lives in a house.
On average Dutch people relocate four times in their lives tallying the European average.
Just over half of the homeowners in the Netherlands are male. The majority of these is between 40 and 49 years old and lives in an owned house. In comparison to that, slightly more than half of the tenants are female.
Dutch people are currently spending 10% more of their net income on housing than they want to spend. They would like to spend a maximum of 40% instead of the current 50%.
More than half of the Dutch believe that the cost of living is growing in their country.
18% of Dutch people live in a single household exceeding the European average of 15% slightly.