Number of real estate transactions in houses in Belgium 1990-2017, by region

Number of real estate transactions in houses in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region (Belgium) from 1990 to 2017

Number of real estate transactions in houses in Belgium 1990-2017, by region This statistic shows the number of real estate transactions in houses in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region (Belgium) from 1990 to 2017. Belgium as a country has the unique situation that it has four governments: one national and three regional. These governments sometimes work together, but also do things differently from another. When looking at Belgium, one therefore also has to look at the regional level. According to the source, the numbers provided concern 'ordinary houses' (in Flemish Dutch: gewone woonhuizen). This in contrast to other numbers, which cover 'villa's, bungalows and mansions', 'apartments, flats and studios' (in Flemish Dutch: villa's, bungalows, landhuizen) and 'building lots' (in Flemish Dutch: bouwgronden). In 2017, there were approximately 42,000 housing transactions in the Flemish region in Belgium.
Between the fourth quarter of 2016 and the third quarter of 2017, the house price index of Belgium increased from 149 to 153, whilst the indices of Luxembourg and the Netherlands increased from 152 to 162 and 101 to 107 respectively in the same period. In February 2017, the confidence indicator of the construction sector in Belgium reached a level of approximately -5.3. This was lower than the European average.
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Number of real estate transactions in houses in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region (Belgium) from 1990 to 2017

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Flemish regionWalloon regionBrussels Capital Region
201741,95723,6852,886
2016 37,80022,7842,988
2015 28,91921,7882,833
2014 43,40522,2803,283
2013 37,61821,9743,238
2012 37,42222,8003,360
2011 40,02124,3783,656
2010 38,38623,8763,525
2009 36,12522,4883,076
2008 37,43023,8343,731
2007 38,57025,3194,282
2006 38,42125,3484,343
2005 39,52525,4654,258
2004 37,37728,5351,753
2003 39,74929,0852,412
2002 39,65028,2492,575
2001 37,50927,6863,137
2000 38,55827,3613,163
1999 41,95129,8543,664
1998 40,21927,5213,602
1997 41,05328,1753,657
1996 38,35127,5083,515
1995 37,83026,2573,298
1994 39,67628,5223,556
1993 39,64129,0453,577
1992 40,45329,2743,806
1991 38,91227,9813,777
1990 38,06928,0184,166
Flemish regionWalloon regionBrussels Capital Region
201741,95723,6852,886
2016 37,80022,7842,988
2015 28,91921,7882,833
2014 43,40522,2803,283
2013 37,61821,9743,238
2012 37,42222,8003,360
2011 40,02124,3783,656
2010 38,38623,8763,525
2009 36,12522,4883,076
2008 37,43023,8343,731
2007 38,57025,3194,282
2006 38,42125,3484,343
2005 39,52525,4654,258
2004 37,37728,5351,753
2003 39,74929,0852,412
2002 39,65028,2492,575
2001 37,50927,6863,137
2000 38,55827,3613,163
1999 41,95129,8543,664
1998 40,21927,5213,602
1997 41,05328,1753,657
1996 38,35127,5083,515
1995 37,83026,2573,298
1994 39,67628,5223,556
1993 39,64129,0453,577
1992 40,45329,2743,806
1991 38,91227,9813,777
1990 38,06928,0184,166
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This statistic shows the number of real estate transactions in houses in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels Capital Region (Belgium) from 1990 to 2017. Belgium as a country has the unique situation that it has four governments: one national and three regional. These governments sometimes work together, but also do things differently from another. When looking at Belgium, one therefore also has to look at the regional level. According to the source, the numbers provided concern 'ordinary houses' (in Flemish Dutch: gewone woonhuizen). This in contrast to other numbers, which cover 'villa's, bungalows and mansions', 'apartments, flats and studios' (in Flemish Dutch: villa's, bungalows, landhuizen) and 'building lots' (in Flemish Dutch: bouwgronden). In 2017, there were approximately 42,000 housing transactions in the Flemish region in Belgium.
Between the fourth quarter of 2016 and the third quarter of 2017, the house price index of Belgium increased from 149 to 153, whilst the indices of Luxembourg and the Netherlands increased from 152 to 162 and 101 to 107 respectively in the same period. In February 2017, the confidence indicator of the construction sector in Belgium reached a level of approximately -5.3. This was lower than the European average.
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