Average selling price of apartments flats and studios in Belgium 1990-2017

Average selling price of apartments, flats and studios in Belgium from 1990 to 2017 (in euros)

Average selling price of apartments flats and studios in Belgium 1990-2017 This statistic shows the average selling price of apartments, flats and studios in Belgium from 1990 to 2017 (in euros). The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend. In 2017, the average selling price of apartments, flats and studios in Belgium was approximately 226,300 euros.
In recent years, the housing market in Belgium remained stable. Between 2005 and 2015 for example, the number of real estate transactions in housing in the Flemish region increased from approximately 39,500 transactions in 2005 to a value of approximately 43,000 transactions in 2014. This was due to Belgium's fiscal system. When purchasing a house in Belgium, consumers pay the asking price plus ten (in Flanders) or 12 percent (in Wallonia and the Brussels capital region) in registration rights. This makes buying a house in Belgium a long-term investment.
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Average selling price of apartments, flats and studios in Belgium from 1990 to 2017 (in euros)

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Average selling price in euros
2017226,282
2016 221,203
2015 220,273
2014 209,664
2013 207,984
2012 202,253
2011 195,623
2010 189,830
2009 177,915
2008 174,242
2007 167,514
2006 156,961
2005 141,257
2004 125,619
2003 109,551
2002 100,464
2001 92,531
2000 88,943
1999 82,921
1998 78,980
1997 73,921
1996 72,458
1995 72,508
1994 70,448
1993 68,144
1992 66,544
1991 64,649
1990 63,831
Average selling price in euros
2017226,282
2016 221,203
2015 220,273
2014 209,664
2013 207,984
2012 202,253
2011 195,623
2010 189,830
2009 177,915
2008 174,242
2007 167,514
2006 156,961
2005 141,257
2004 125,619
2003 109,551
2002 100,464
2001 92,531
2000 88,943
1999 82,921
1998 78,980
1997 73,921
1996 72,458
1995 72,508
1994 70,448
1993 68,144
1992 66,544
1991 64,649
1990 63,831
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This statistic shows the average selling price of apartments, flats and studios in Belgium from 1990 to 2017 (in euros). The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend. In 2017, the average selling price of apartments, flats and studios in Belgium was approximately 226,300 euros.
In recent years, the housing market in Belgium remained stable. Between 2005 and 2015 for example, the number of real estate transactions in housing in the Flemish region increased from approximately 39,500 transactions in 2005 to a value of approximately 43,000 transactions in 2014. This was due to Belgium's fiscal system. When purchasing a house in Belgium, consumers pay the asking price plus ten (in Flanders) or 12 percent (in Wallonia and the Brussels capital region) in registration rights. This makes buying a house in Belgium a long-term investment.
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