In the third quarter of 2011, prices of dwellings have risen most year-on-year in Estonia, by 14.4 per cent. Rises in dwelling prices have been lowest in Sweden, where prices have gone up over the year by 1.0 per cent. In Great Britain, Spain, Greece and the United States and in Russian urban areas prices of dwellings have gone down. The sources used in the table are national statistics agencies, unless otherwise mentioned.
Table 1. Changes in prices of dwellings in different countries, 3rd quarter 2011
|Maa||Year–on–year change, %||Quarter-on-quarter change, %|
|Spain, new dwellings||-5.0||-1.9|
|Spain, old dwellings||-9.7||-3.7|
|Greece, new dwellings 1)||-1.3||-3.0|
|Greece, old dwellings||-4.8||-2.7|
|Germany, new dwellings 2)||2.5||1.7|
|Germany, old dwellings||1.2||1.6|
|United States 3)||-3.7||0.2|
|Russia, new dwellings||-10.7||1.7|
The compilation of statistics on dwelling prices is currently being developed in several EU countries. The above data have been collected from a number of sources. They are not necessarily mutually comparable or comparable with data compiled on Finland.
Source: Prices of Dwellings, Statistics Finland
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Contents (Prices of dwellings in housing companies 2011, December)