GDP Per Capita in France compared to Europe

The tax levied on the average annual income on a rental apartment/property in the country based on a gross rental income of $1500/month. We assume that the property is owned by nonresidents. These tax rates might be subject to deductions (e.g from interest payments, costs).

This table was last updated in November 2022.

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Monaco $ 173,688
Liechtenstein $ 169,049
Luxembourg $ 135,683
Ireland $ 99,152
Switzerland $ 93,457
Norway $ 89,203
Iceland $ 68,384
Denmark $ 67,803
Sweden $ 60,239
Finland $ 53,983
Austria $ 53,268
Belgium $ 51,768
Germany $ 50,802
UK $ 47,334
France $ 43,519
Andorra $ 43,048
Italy $ 35,551
Malta $ 33,257
Cyprus $ 30,799
Spain $ 30,116
Slovenia $ 29,201
Estonia $ 27,281
Czech Rep. $ 26,379
Portugal $ 24,262
Lithuania $ 23,433
Slovak Rep. $ 21,088
Latvia $ 20,642
Greece $ 20,277
Hungary $ 18,773
Poland $ 17,841
Croatia $ 17,399
Romania $ 14,862
Netherlands $ 12,263
Russia $ 12,173
Bulgaria $ 11,635
Turkey $ 9,587
Montenegro $ 9,367
Serbia $ 9,215
Belarus $ 7,304
Bosnia & H. $ 6,916
Macedonia $ 6,721
Albania $ 6,494
Moldova $ 5,315
Ukraine $ 4,836

France generates excellent house price statistics, produced both by the public and private sector. Quality time-series are published by the National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE) and the Federation Nationale de l'Immobilier (FNAIM). Good data also comes from the Ministere de l'Equipment etc, the Chambre de Notaires de Paris, and the Observatoire National des Marches de l'Immobilier (ONMI). For general economic statistics, consult the Banque de France site.