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Eurostat – EU Housing price statistics – house price index

House prices down by 1.1 % in the euro area and up by 0.3 % in the European Union in the fourth quarter of 2023, compared with the same quarter of 2022. Annual and quarterly growth rates The HPI shows the price changes of residential properties purchased by households (flats, detached houses, terraced houses, etc.), both newly built and […]

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Greek Real Estate Market : Evolution and prospects (2024)

Article by Kioleoglou Konstantinos Skai.gr / 08:41, 08.05.2024 The fluctuations in house prices in Greece over the last decades are impressive. According to available data published by the Bank of Greece, house prices reached their peak values in the third quarter of 2008, when the CBE Index reached a value of 102.2. The market was […]

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The new “map” of Greek real estate

This year, the tax authorities have sent out 7,159,164 ENFIA payment notices The total value of real estate amounts to 771.9 billion euros, held by 7,159,164 individuals and legal entities, according to statistics for the 2024 Single Property Tax (ENFIA) released by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (IAPR). The value of Greek immovable property […]

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House prices rose 13.4% in 2023

Nevertheless the realty rate inflation shows signs of abating, according to the Bank of Greece Nikos Roussanoglou 06.03.2024 • 13:26     Sales prices of residential property increased last year at an average annual rate of 13.4% throughout the country, according to data from the Bank of Greece. This is even steeper than 2022, when […]

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UK housing is ‘worst value for money’ of any advanced economy, says thinktank

British properties are ‘expensive, cramped and ageing’ compared with other similar economies, says Resolution Foundation Mon 25 Mar 2024 01.01 CET The UK’s “expensive, cramped and ageing” housing stock fares poorly compared with other advanced countries, analysis by a thinktank suggests. Households are paying more than other countries – but getting less in return, the Resolution Foundation said. […]

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Savills: European buyers dominate continent’s real estate market as international buyers expected to make a splash this year

According to Savills latest research, intra-European cross border investment remains the dominant source of cross border capital, accounting for just over half of all cross-border volumes in 2023. This is the equivalent of €34bn and included significant investments from French and Spanish buyers in neighbouring countries who are expected to remain active this year. The […]

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UK housing market sees first value drop in a decade

The total value of all homes across the UK has dipped for the first time since 2012. According to figures by Savills, the total value of UK homes now stands at £8.678 trillion. The analysis of the UK’s housing stock reveals that the total value has fallen marginally on 2022 – when values peaked – but remains […]

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ECB tells banks to factor in further drop in property prices

Reuters November 7, 20234:19 PM GMT+2Updated 3 days ago A view shows the logo of the European Central Bank (ECB) outside its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany March 16, 2023. REUTERS/Heiko Becker/File Photo Acquire Licensing Rights FRANKFURT, Nov 7 (Reuters) – Euro zone banks should factor in the risk of a further fall in property prices when […]