House prices are up in all EU Member States in the third quarter of 2021 compared to the previous three months.
Thus, according to Eurostat, prices increased the most in the Czech Republic (7.3%), the Netherlands (5.9%), Lithuania (5.4%) and Ireland (5.1%).
A much lower increase was registered in Romania (0.1%), Finland (0.2%) and Denmark (0.3%).
Strong increase of house prices compared to 2010
Comparing the third quarter of 2021 with 2010, house prices are on the rise in 23 EU member states.
The highest increases were recorded in Estonia (+ 141%), Hungary (+ 118%), Luxembourg (+ 117%), Latvia (+ 106%) and Austria (+ 104%).
House prices fell compared to 2010 in Greece (-28%), Italy (-12%), Cyprus (-6%) and Spain (-0.5%).