Square Metre Prices in Germany compared to Europe

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Andorra € 2,915
Austria € 11,559
Belgium € 3,171
Bulgaria € 1,663
Croatia € 1,978
Cyprus € 1,678
Czech Rep. € 6,688
Denmark € 4,279
Estonia € 3,190
Finland € 6,609
France € 12,796
Germany € 5,907
Greece € 3,619
Hungary € 2,515
Italy € 6,589
Latvia € 2,789
Lithuania € 2,163
Luxembourg € 4,605
Macedonia € 1,134
Malta € 4,576
Moldova € 965
Monaco € 44,522
Montenegro € 1,400
Netherlands € 6,902
Norway € 8,281
Poland € 2,793
Portugal € 3,830
Romania € 1,701
Russia € 6,305
Serbia € 2,239
Slovak Rep. € 2,911
Slovenia € 3,657
Spain € 4,978
Sweden € 6,991
Switzerland € 11,476
Turkey € 4,581
UK € 21,179
Ukraine € 2,807

Germany: Square metre prices, premier city centre, €.

Average per square metre (sq. m.) prices in US$/€ of 120-sq. m. apartments located in the centre of the most important city of each country, either the:

  • Administrative capital; and/or
  • Financial capital; and/or
  • The centre of the rental market


Residential square metre prices published by the Global Property Guide are based on in-house research, using a simple method we systematically scan web advertisements, looking at offers for sale, and offers for rent, of resale apartments and houses.

Properties are in excellent condition, with good facilities, and have been refurbished or redecorated within the last five years.

Newly-built and pre-sale property prices are not included. Buyers should expect the prices of new properties to be higher than house prices published by the Global Property Guide.

When was this data collected? Click on individual countries to see the data collection date.

Many countries produce residential house price time-series.

Source: Global Property Guide Research


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.