Here’s how house prices in the European Union have changed between 2008 and 2017

Based on data from Eurostat, here are key takeaways about house prices in the European Union between 2008 and 2017,

  • 18 of the 28 countries that are part of the European Union saw house prices fall
  • 10 of the 28 countries that are part of the European Union saw house prices rise
  • Only 4 countries have seen prices rise over 10% during the entire period
  • 14 countries have seen prices fall over 10% during the entire period
  • Romania (-48.77%), Greece (-42.84%) and Spain (-30.50%) were the 3 worst performing countries for house prices
  • Sweden (+55.72%), Austria (+39.57%) and Luxembourg (+32.41%) were the 3 best performing countries for house prices
  • The average house price across the European Union fell 6.98% between 2008 and 2017
EU house price change 2008 to 2017, Source: Eurostat
EU house price change 2008 to 2017, Source: Eurostat

Data (baseline 100 in 2015) 

EU house price change 2008 to 2017, Source: Eurostat
EU house price change 2008 to 2017, Source: Eurostat

 

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