Deflated house prices change in the Netherlands 2006-2019

This statistic shows the percentage change on the previous year of deflated house prices in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2019. Deflated house prices are the ratio between the house price index on the one hand and the deflator for household consumption on the other. This indicator therefore measures inflation in the house market relative to inflation in the final consumption expenditure of households and NPI's. Positive growth means that house prices are rising faster than consumer prices. In time, this may indicate a price bubble in the housing market. For this indicator, the European Commission has set a limit of six percent. In 2018, house prices rose faster than consumer prices, increasing with 7.3 percent when compared to the previous year.

Percentage change on previous year of deflated house prices in the Netherlands from 2006 to 2019

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Source

Release date

July 2020

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2006 to 2019

Special properties

* All figures provided are provisional.

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