According to the survey two-thirds of people in Turkey own their home whilst one third rent their home. Most of the homeowners as well as tenants live in an apartment.
Turkish people move on average four times in their life, which is equivalent to the European average.
Most Turkish people who own their home are men between 30 and 39 years residing in a city. Contrary to that, the majority of tenants are women aged between 40 and 49. However, most of the tenants also live in a city.
People in Turkey claim to spend only 32% of their net income on housing with which they fall below the European average of 40%. They also claim that they would not be willing to spend more on housing than they already do.
Furthermore, the results indicate that those who rent spend more than those who own.
Only 36% of Turkish people think that living in their country is expensive whereas two thirds believe that the cost of living is growing.
Of all the surveyed countries Turkey has the least amount of single households.