Rents in Spain 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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Monaco € 10,800
Luxembourg € 2,550
UK € 1,999
Ireland € 1,988
Iceland € 1,884
Switzerland € 1,714
Netherlands € 1,530
Sweden € 1,518
Denmark € 1,516
France € 1,441
Malta € 1,358
Norway € 1,278
Portugal € 1,243
Italy € 1,237
Spain € 1,229
Andorra € 1,200
Austria € 1,161
Germany € 1,145
Cyprus € 1,090
Belgium € 956
Czech Rep. € 928
Lithuania € 878
Poland € 865
Estonia € 842
Slovak Rep. € 816
Greece € 735
Slovenia € 716
Latvia € 690
Montenegro € 633
Romania € 617
Russia € 602
Croatia € 540
Serbia € 525
Hungary € 454
Bulgaria € 450
Turkey € 418
Ukraine € 415
Moldova € 392
Bosnia & H. € 290
Albania € 261
Macedonia € 230

Spain publishes good house price statistics. The Banco de EspaƱa holds good quarterly house price time series for a range of areas and housing types, generated by the Ministerio de Fomento (Ministry of Infrastructure and Urban Planning). TINSA, a private entity, publishes a monthly house price index. General economic statistics are available from the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica.