The report describes the key trends in the Czech residential housing. You should get a basic idea how Czech live and how much Czech properties are worth and how Czech finance them.
First, we provide interesting data about the quantity and quality of the Czech housing such as a number of existing housing units (compared to a number of households, population or other countries), or how many new ones are built, average size of dwellings or new flats, or number of rooms, for example.
Secondly, you will find interesting details about affordability of housing, which means how much average house costs (as a nationwide average, or in the capital city) in absolute terms as when compared to average wage, household income or average rent, for example.
Third, we provide details about how people finance their housing. These include data such as volume of mortgage loans (in absolute terms, per capita, per household), their average size, interest rate or loan to value ratio, for example.
Last, we aim to describe structure of the residential housing including data on home ownership, social and market renting, or activity on the market such as number of dwellings sold every year
December 23, 2012