More than 67% of the people who live in the Grand Duchy own their own home. These figures are taken from a study published by the Banque Centrale de Luxembourg (BCL) in collaboration with the LISER (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) in May 2017.
Another peculiarity of the property market in the Grand Duchy is that, of the 130,091 homes in existence on 1 February 2011, according to the population census in the same year, single-family homes accounted for no fewer than 83.5%.
The average value of gross assets for Luxembourg is estimated at around 733.3 thousand euros at the end of 2014. The next study will be published in 2018.