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Housing prices in the eurozone and the EU rose by 4.3% in the II quarter


10/05/2018


In the second quarter of 2018, housing prices in the euro zone increased by 4.3% compared with April-June 2017, after a 4.5% increase in the first quarter, according to data released by Eurostat.



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In relation to the previous quarter, the price increase accelerated to 1.4% after a 0.5% increase in January-March of the current year.

In 28 EU countries, housing prices in annual terms also grew by 4.3% after rising 4.7% in the previous quarter. In relation to the previous quarter, the increase in housing prices accelerated to 1.4% after 0.6% a quarter earlier.

Among the EU countries for which data are available, the highest rates of house price growth were observed in annual terms in Slovenia (13.4%), Ireland (12.6%), Portugal (11.2%) and Hungary (10.4%). %). In Sweden, housing prices fell by 1.7% in Italy - by 0.2%.

Compared with the previous quarter, the largest price increase was recorded in Slovenia (4.2%), in Malta (3.2%), in Latvia and Romania (3.1%). At the same time, prices in Croatia decreased by 0.2%.

source: reuters.com






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