Have you ever wondered who makes more spending and saving choices in the average household? Researchers for the Think Forward...
Who shares the blame for your financial choices? Other people may affect the decisions even if you manage the money yourself, a study shows.
What is the control premium?
Is debt the main driver of the UK housing market?
percent of people in Turkey say falling interest rates have pushed house prices up where they live
percent of people in Luxembourg believe that house prices never fall, according to new ING research. Their perception seems unchanged from 2015 when 68% said they don’t expect house prices...
percent of Polish people are reducing their spending a lot to buy a house in the near future
What is buyer’s remorse?
Happy with your home? Most are – but many are not
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 Australia for their views on housing affordability, how people meet their housing needs...
Do numbers keep you awake? Six tips to battle your fears
What is a 100% mortgage?
percent of family pre-tax income in the US was spent on housing over the last 20 years
percent of 18 to 24 year olds in Germany in 2015 were thinking of moving abroad
million citizens of an OECD country moved to another OECD country in 2012
percent of US-based Millennials - born between 1977 and 1995 - say they will relocate
times people’s average annual disposable income is held in assets (such as savings or property)
percent of people living in the Eurozone owned their home
Where do Europe’s wealthiest people live?
“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?
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