House prices up by 9.2% in EU member states

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House prices up by 9.2% in EU member states
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House prices in the euro area rose at the highest annual rate since they were first collected in 2005 with more than half of the member states experiencing double-digit increases.

The price of houses rose 8.8% in the euro area and 9.2% in the EU and in the three months from July to September last year compared to the same quarter in 2020, according to the EU’s statistical service Eurostat .

The highest increases in EU Member States were recorded in Czechia (+22.0%), Lithuania (+18.9%), Estonia (+17.3%) and The Netherlands (+16.8%), while the lowest increases were recorded in...


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House prices up by 9.2% in EU member states


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