Residential real estate in Europe - Statistics & Facts
Published by Statista on 1 March 2018
"The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend. In 2017, the residential property price development showed the biggest increase in Portugal (an increase of 12.5 percent within 2017) and Ireland (11.8 percent), followed by the Netherlands (8.2 percent) and Sweden (eight percent). France and the United Kingdom had the biggest average price of residential property in Europe as of 2018. Years after the financial crisis, it seems the majority of property markets in Europe have gained momentum with only a few still on the mend or lagging behind. This article aims to take a look at the price development of residential property in Europe, specifically 1) the reasons why it is increasing and 2) potential threats."
This report provides an overview of housing property prices across Europe at the time and includes some basic data, with more detailed data available as a premium user.