The sixth annual ING International Survey on savings asks more than 14,000 people in 15 countries how comfortable they are with their...
Renting, buying, mortgages...
Chris asks: Do you accept it is debt that is primarily driving the housing market in the UK, not a shortage of housing?
percent of people in Turkey say falling interest rates have pushed house prices up where they live
percent of people in Luxembourg who believe that house prices never fall
percent of Polish people are reducing their spending a lot to buy a house in the near future
Housing prices and pressures are changing the way many people live across Europe, the USA and Australia.
percent of people in Romania are being forced to stay in their current home due to high house prices
percent of people who rent a home in Turkey find making these payments difficult each month
Crowded out by high house prices? Survey pictures lives on hold
ING’s fifth annual survey on homes and mortgages asked people across Europe, the United States and...
What is a 100% mortgage?
“Do I want to pay more?” – and five more tips for home buying
Should I buy a house and rent out part of it?
Is “climbing the property ladder” still possible?
percent of home owners in Europe say they consider their house part of their pension
percent of home owners in Europe find it difficult to pay their mortgage
Would a fall in house prices be good for society?
This ING International Survey on Homes and Mortgages asked almost 15,000 people in 15 countries...
Should I buy into shared home ownership?
percent of renters surveyed think house prices never fall compared to 36% with a mortgage
percent of people would prefer more time to pay if struggling to cover their mortgage
Mortgage market’s most pervasive myth? And four other housing lessons from ING’s new survey
The third annual ING International Survey on Homes and Mortgages asked almost 13,000 people in...
percentage of European consumers who agree “you should take on the biggest mortgage you can”
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