House Price Change 10 Years in Germany compared to Europe

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Ukraine -40.34%
Cyprus -20.35%
Greece -16.75%
Italy -15.99%
Spain -6.39%
Montenegro -2.93%
Hungary 0.00%
Macedonia 6.85%
Finland 11.21%
Switzerland 12.48%
France 15.82%
Slovenia 19.21%
Croatia 24.55%
Denmark 31.94%
Belgium 32.43%
Bulgaria 35.60%
Poland 37.69%
Romania 43.80%
UK 48.58%
Latvia 51.88%
Russia 55.36%
Netherlands 56.76%
Lithuania 57.79%
Norway 63.19%
Czech Rep. 67.54%
Slovak Rep. 70.48%
Portugal 71.88%
Germany 78.47%
Ireland 82.09%
Austria 84.24%
Malta 84.84%
Sweden 86.63%
Luxembourg 91.54%
Estonia 108.69%
Iceland 141.68%
Turkey 292.81%

Germany: Price changes, 10 years (%)

The percentage changes in house prices (or the house price index) over 10 years using the latest data available, not adjusted for inflation.


Source: Various sources


Germany's house price statistics are of moderate quality. The best source of house price time-series is the monthly hedonic house price index from Europace and the annual house price statistics from the European Central Bank. General economic data can be extracted from the Federal Statistical Office and the Bundesbank, see their Statistics | Time Series Database.