Two out of ten people in Hego Euskal Herria live for rent


In Euskadi, Navarra and Spain, the tendency to rent rather than buy has gradually increased due to several factors.

Euskaraz irakurri: Hego Euskal Herriko hamar pertsonatik bi alokairuan bizi dira

Two out of ten people in Hego Euskal Herria live in rent, a percentage that is still a long way from the eight households that own their own house. However, the weight of rented households is gradually increasing, both in the Basque Country, in Navarra and in Spain. The factors behind this increase are the inability or willingness to buy a home, or the growing weight of the foreign population.

This follows from the latest EITB Data report on the housing market and published this Thursday in all of its EITB Media media.

One of the report’s conclusions is that, given the prevalence of home ownership and the fact that the cost of buying in general is almost equal to that of renting, it is foreseeable that a proportion of this group of rental households will gradually move into the purchase of your own home.

Lide Salvador, Ikei consultant and employee at EITB DATA, explains why eight out of ten households own their own home.

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Source: EITB


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