The 80% of young Spanish people don't live where you'd like , according to report "II Observatory of Housing in Spain" , made by Century 21 Spain and focused, in this edition, on the difficulties of young spaniards, between the ages of 18 and 34 years, to access to housing, with the goal of understanding the needs, expectations and chances of the same with respect to the housing.
Thus, the study reveals that, in Spain, six out of every ten people aged 18 to 24 years and four out of ten aged 25 to 29 still live with their parents for lack of economic resources, as has informed Century 21 Spain.
In this regard, the report sets out that the main reason is the lack of supply of dwellings whose prices are adjusted to the economic capacity of young people, despite the fact that 40 percent of them work, because their incomes are "not enough" to live independently .
in Addition, the study shows that seven out of ten young Spanish people prefer to have their own home to live in rent, compared to 23 percent that prefer to live in a rented home, an option most highly valued by the segment of people under 24 years, which accounted for 35 per cent of young people surveyed.A 10% of young people have pointed to the outskirts of the city as their ideal place to live
despite the fact that the majority of young people are emancipated have revealed that they prefer to have their own home, the study reveals that 59 percent of them live in a house of rental, which is enshrined as the "possible way" in the first stage of the process of independence, as well as a "temporary workaround".Your first home
on the other hand, two-thirds of young people surveyed state that the first housing to the emancipate want it to be in the city where I usually live. So, a 37 percent stated that they would like their first home was in areas peripheral to the center of his city, while 29 percent would prefer to live in the center.
In this sense, the report shows that only a 10 per cent of young people have pointed to the outskirts of the city as their ideal place to live . On the other hand, in terms of the type of housing, six-in-ten opt for a floor in a building as the preferred option at the time of emancipation.
the study Also shows that most of the young people point out that the first home to which they aspired at independence should have at least a surface of 75 square meters, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, two figures chosen by unanimity.
With respect to the distribution of their first home, six out of every ten young people would prefer to have a living room large and small rooms . In addition, more than 70 per cent of young people would like the kitchen and the living room are in separate zones.
The report also sets out that five out of every ten young people considered to be "very important" to the quality of the construction, access to public transport (44 per cent) and the energy efficiency that it is endowed with the house (41 per cent).
So, in the event that you will find a home that fits your budget, three out of every ten would give up that the housing is located in the center, as well as the proximity to sports areas or leisure (18 per cent) or to extras of the apartment as the terrace, the garage or the storeroom (17 percent).the house of The future
The report has given the young people surveyed a horizon of five to eight years, with a hypothetical scenario in which they have a reasonable salary and employment situation, and stable staff, to ask them what type of house they would like to live if you have these conditions.young people aspire to having a housing with a surface above the 106 square metres
In this sense, remains the preference of home-ownership (72 percent) and in the same city (two-thirds). In addition, more than 37 per cent of young people would like to do this in a home located in a peripheral area to the center of his city, while 28 percent preferred to live in the center of the city and to 15 percent in a rural environment.
In terms of the type of housing of the future, and positions itself in the first place the idea of living in an independent villa for a third of the respondents, followed by the ground floor in a building (30 percent) and a townhouse and apartment, both chosen by 16 percent of the young people.
The study also reveals that young people aspire to having a housing with a surface above the 106 square metres with three bedrooms and two bathrooms; while at the time of distribution of the property, seven of every ten young people prefer to have a large room and small rooms, rather than the reverse, as well as a kitchen and living room separate.
on the other hand, the quality of the construction becomes to be the most important factor of a property for the 57 percent of respondents, followed by energy efficiency (44 percent) and the garage (35 percent).
In this sense, the CEO of the network of Century 21 Spain, Ricardo Sousa, has pointed out that, in his view, the real estate offer must teneren account profile conservative and traditional of the young people of today, their aspiration to home ownership with your partner, and financial dependence.
Also, added "it is necessary to" wait a generation to see significant changes in the demand for other solutions and other ways of life, at the same time has insisted on the need to "know and understand this social context" to be able to enter conditions "that favour the entry of young people into the housing market and to facilitate its emancipation".