More than half (55%) of Europeans think their country’s housing market is on the wrong track, up from 45% in 2017, ING’s Homes & Mortgages Report has found.
Most of them focus on how the market is unaffordable for most and more expensive than elsewhere, while they accuse policies of not addressing supply and demand issues.
People who think the housing market is on the right track typically focus on investment opportunities within housing.
The same group also suggest housing is affordable for most people.
Clearly there’s a growing divide between haves and have-nots when it comes to housing market sentiment.