Of all the countries in the European Union, Croatia has the highest percentage of people who live in houses (71.7%). Slovenia was in second spot, with 66.8% of its citizens living in houses, Hungary (64.7%), Romania (60.8%) and Denmark (59.2%) followed behind, reports daily Vecernji list.
Most EU citizens, 41%, live in apartments, whilst more than a third (34.7%) live in houses, and 23.6% in semi-detached homes. The nations with the highest number of citizens living in apartments are Spain, Estonia and Latvia. Holland, Ireland and the UK have the most number of people living in semi-detached homes. Croatia also is near the top of the list for those who own their own homes, 92.1%, compared with the EU average of 70.6%.