Italy: change in transactions in residential real estate 2018, by macro area

This statistic presents the year-on-year percentage variation in the number of transactions in the residential real estate market in Italy in 2018, by macro region. According to the data, in 2018, with an increase of ten percent, the North-East of the country was the region which registered the highest growth in the number of transactions in the residential real estate sector. The Islands (Sardinia and Sicily) were the second fastest growing market in terms of transactions: the region reported an increase of 7.7 percent compared to the previous year.

Year-on-year percentage variation in number of transactions in residential real estate in Italy in 2018, by macro area

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Release date

May 2019

Region

Italy

Survey time period

2018

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