House Price Change 10 Years in United Kingdom compared to Europe

Footnote | Export Sort: Alphabetically | Ascending | Descending

Click name of country for detailed information
Place cursor over name of country for exact time-period
Austria 85.90%
Iceland 71.45%
Norway 61.67%
Serbia 59.80%
Sweden 55.38%
Germany 54.79%
Malta 51.88%
Luxembourg 44.93%
Switzerland 31.75%
Estonia 23.18%
UK 22.96%
Belgium 22.11%
Denmark 3.60%
Netherlands 1.93%
France 1.49%
Macedonia 1.11%
Poland -0.65%
Slovenia -1.50%
Russia -2.27%
Slovak Rep. -7.62%
Croatia -10.89%
Ireland -13.82%
Bulgaria -14.48%
Italy -17.08%
Cyprus -21.88%
Lithuania -23.60%
Spain -33.57%
Romania -36.37%
Latvia -38.84%
Greece -42.07%
Ukraine -69.70%

United Kingdom: 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


The United Kingdom (UK) has monthly and quarterly house price time-series. The Land Registry has a monthly house price index. Nationwide, and the Halifax, and many other commercial organizations publish quality UK house price time-series. Construction activity is published by Office for National Statistics (ONS) and property transactions data by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).

The rents situation is much less good, the only figures being from the Association of Registered Letting Agents (ARLA).