22nd July 2021

Property Index: Overview of European Residential Markets

Property index analyses factors shaping the residential markets together with their development and compares residential property prices across selected European countries and cities. The publication aims to provide you with European residential market data on a regular basis and to answer questions on how Europeans live and at what costs. Despite the fact that the aim of this publication is to provide a complex overview of the past year’s development on residential markets in European countries, we could not ignore the current ongoing situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic outbreak in 2020 that still dominates in the public debate even today. We hope you will find this edition of Property index interesting and that it will provide you with insights and information you need.

This edition of Property Index continues the tradition of the highest number of participating countries with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Ireland, Israel, Luxembourg, Serbia and Slovakia joining the publication. Most presented indicators are on a year-on-year basis and are to some extent also influenced by the geopolitical situation, various factors affecting the volume of supply and demand and exchange rates as a result of fiscal measures during 2020. A proven international and cross-functional team of Deloitte professionals in the development, mortgage and real estate markets prepared the Property Index. This publication has been prepared using data collected by individual Deloitte offices in the participating countries. Property Index capitalises on Deloitte’s extensive knowledge of the real estate and development industry, enabling us to provide you with independent and credible information.

This year, we analysed residential markets in:

• Austria (AT);

• Belgium (BE);

• Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA);

• Bulgaria (BG);

• Croatia (HR);

• Czech Republic (CZ);

• Denmark (DK);

• France (FR);

• Germany (DE);

• Hungary (HU);

• Ireland (IE);

• Israel (IL);

• Italy (IT);

• Latvia (LV);

• Netherlands (NL);

• Norway (NO);

• Poland (PL);

• Portugal (PT);

• Romania (RO);

• Serbia (RS);

• Slovakia (SK);

• Spain (ES); and

• United Kingdom (UK)

2021 Property Index


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