Quarterly house price to income ratio in Norway 2017-2019

The house price to income ratio in Norway fluctuated during the period from the second quarter 2017 to third quarter 2019. The house price to income ratio is calculated by dividing nominal house prices by nominal disposable income per head. It can be seen that the house price to income ratio dropped drastically between the second and the fourth quarter of 2018, reaching a value of 105.4 as of the fourth quarter of 2018. The ratio then increased again, amounting to 104.1 as of the third quarter in 2019.

House price to income ratio in Norway from 2nd quarter 2017 to 3rd quarter 2019

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Release date

March 2020

Region

Norway

Survey time period

2nd quarter 2017 to 3rd quarter 2019

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