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Deloitte: Overview Of Euro Residential Market

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pdf to download.

Lots of nice charts. Comparison of what €200k buys you (spoiler: UK 39sq m, Hungary 196 sq m)

Nice report.

Amazing how out of whack the UK is on the valuation metrics. Spain and Portugal provide the most value for those wanting a retirement home in the sun , you get the same sq m for 35% and 20% of the price in the UK respectively.

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You would think that the prices would reflect the quality of life in a specific area, that includes available achievable income that can be attained, safety and security......not always the case....high prices do not always correlate with quality, and certainly not quantity. ;)

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You would think that the prices would reflect the quality of life in a specific area, that includes available achievable income that can be attained, safety and security......not always the case....high prices do not always correlate with quality, and certainly not quantity. ;)

Exactly. On the contrary, places with a high level of inequality often have relative high house prices. As the in-equality gap widens so do your chances of owning valuable assets decrease, if your on the poor side.

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