How many properties does the average UK homeowner live in? How many different cities do they live in? Another interesting article from ‘House Beautiful’ offers 10 strange facts about us homeowning Brits…
The survey looked at 2,000 UK homeowners to find out the different stages of property buying for the average British homeowner and how property aspirations change over time.
The survey also discovered that the average UK property is estimated to be worth £249,127, with the typical mortgage being £542.41 per month.
Of those who have ever had a mortgage, 39 per cent have paid it off, with the largest proportion of them – 27 per cent – aged 55 and over. Of those surveyed, 29 per cent live in properties built before the 1950s.
The average UK home has three bedrooms and the most popular style of interior is ‘modern’ followed by ‘English country’ and ‘minimalist’.
A third of homeowning Brits currently live in a semi-detached property, over a quarter live in a detached house and 15 per cent live in a terraced home.
How true are these for you?