What do Luxembourg residents think about the housing market?

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Nowadays, dreams of home ownership tend to fade as costs reach ever-higher levels. In many countries, house prices are expected to continue to rise. Confidence in the European housing market has hit a plateau, though vast shifts in outlook can be seen across Europe.

But what do Luxembourgish residents think about the housing market?


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Ingrid Ballesca has been a professional in the banking world for more than 10 years now, be it either serving retail & corporate clients, as a consultant or now within the Strategy & Business Intelligence team. With her international background, good understanding of economic trends and customer analytics, Ingrid is the right pick to share her thoughts on Trends & Customer behaviour topic in the Corporate Blog. Ingrid is a big fan of infographics, loves photography and taking care of her little ones.

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