The poll results demonstrate that with 83% the vast majority of Spaniards are homeowners. Of these 52% live in an owned apartment whilst 31% live in an owned house. The remaining 17% who rent their home mostly live in an apartment.
The average Spanish person only moves twice in his life, which is half as much as the European average.
The Spanish population spends on average 50% of their net income on housing. This is exactly the amount that they are willing to spend, but it exceeds the European average by 10%. The results also show that those who rent spend more than those who own.
The majority of the Spanish population considers living in Spain expensive. However, only one out of four Spanish people believes that the cost of living is growing.
Spanish people living in a single household amount to only 7% of the population.