House Price Change 10 Years 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).

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Turkey 936.40%
Iceland 179.57%
Estonia 148.12%
Czech Rep. 132.55%
Portugal 121.37%
Ireland 119.92%
Slovak Rep. 119.22%
Germany 114.18%
Luxembourg 107.42%
Sweden 94.61%
Lithuania 93.57%
Netherlands 87.23%
Malta 85.39%
Romania 77.05%
Austria 71.98%
Bulgaria 69.84%
Russia 69.36%
UK 66.64%
Poland 63.72%
Norway 60.25%
Latvia 59.26%
Slovenia 53.43%
Croatia 50.08%
Belgium 42.07%
Denmark 41.94%
Macedonia 33.59%
France 25.26%
Finland 22.49%
Montenegro 20.79%
Spain 9.64%
Switzerland 8.71%
Greece 6.93%
Hungary 0.00%
Cyprus -8.86%
Italy -22.30%
Ukraine -40.50%

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.