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This is the most popular type of home in Europe right now

In 14 EU member states a majority of the population live in apartments. Image: Unsplash/Alex Vasey

Simon Torkington

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Data shows the divide between people living in flats and houses in the European Union. Image: Eurostat

As the financial burden of housing grows so does the number of overcrowded homes. Image: OECD Affordable Housing Database
As the financial burden of housing grows so does the number of overcrowded homes. Image: OECD Affordable Housing Database

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