The ING International Survey Savings 2019 highlights the difficulties people are facing across Europe, the USA and Australia when it comes...
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percent of non-home owners don’t expect to ever buy a home
Many in Europe, the USA and Australia feel a long way from buying into the dream of ownership, as the ING International Survey reveals.
first-time buyers took out mortgages in the UK in 2017
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billion pounds were lent to over-55s via UK equity release schemes in 2017
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Buying into the dream – a view from homes across Europe
This second ING International Survey Homes and Mortgages 2017 reveals the views of renters and owners across 13 countries in Europe, the USA and Australia. A main finding is that 48% of renters...
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How couples split the bills and decide on purchases
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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
What is buyer’s remorse?
Happy with your home? Most are – but many are not
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