List of countries by home ownership rate

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This is a list of countries by home ownership rate, which is the ratio of owner-occupied units to total residential units in a specified area.[1]

Rank Country Home ownership
rate(%)
Date of
Information
1  Romania 95.8 2019[2]
2  Hungary 91.7 2019[2]
3  Slovakia 91.3 2018[2]
4  Singapore 91 2018[3]
5  Cuba 90 2014[4]
6  Lithuania 89.9 2018[2]
7  Croatia 89.7 2019[2]
8  China 89.68 2018[5]
9  North Macedonia 88.7 2017[3]
10    Nepal 88.26 2016[3]
11  Russia 87.3 2016[3]
12  India 86.6 2011[6]
13  Serbia 84.4 2018[3]
14  Poland 84.2 2019[2]
15  Bulgaria 84.1 2019[2]
16  Oman 83 2014[7]
17  Estonia 81.7 2019[2]
18  Norway 81.3 2018[2]
19  Japan 80.5 2018[8]
20  Latvia 80.2 2019[2]
21  Mexico 80 2009[9]
21  Thailand 80 2002[10]
23  Malta 79.8 2019[2]
24  Czechia 78.6 2019[2]
25  Spain 76.2 2019[2]
26  Trinidad and Tobago 76 2013[11]
27  Greece 75.4 2019[2]
28  Slovenia 74.8 2019[2]
29  Portugal 74.5 2018[2]
30  Brazil 74.4 2008[12]
31  Iceland 74.1 2014[2]
32  Italy 72.4 2018[2]
33  Belgium 72.3 2018[2]
34  Luxembourg 71.2 2018[2]
35  Finland 71.1 2019[2]
36  Ireland 70.3 2018[2]
37  Netherlands 69.0 2019[2]
38  Cyprus 67.9 2019[2]
39  Israel 67.3 2014[13]
40  Canada 66.3 2017[14]
41  Australia 65.5 2016[15]
42 United States United States 65.3 2019[16]
43  United Kingdom 65.2 2018[2]
44  France 65.1 2018[2]
45  Sweden 63.6 2016[2]
46  New Zealand 63.2 2017[17]
47  Denmark 60.8 2019[2]
48  Turkey 59.0 2018[2]
49  South Korea 56.8 2015[18]
50  Austria 55.2 2019[2]
51  Germany 51.5 2018[2]
52  Hong Kong 51 2014[19]
53   Switzerland 43.4 2015[2]

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References[edit]

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