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EMF house price index in Europe Q2 2020, by country

This statistic illustrates the EMF house price index in selected European countries as of the second quarter of 2020. From a baseline of 100 set in 2015, it can be seen that the house price index in Portugal reached a value of 152.5 index points at that time.
The house price index (HPI) is a measurement of price changes in residential housing as a percentage change set at a specific date. As well as Portugal, Czechia had also seen house prices increase by more than fifty percent since 2015.

EMF house price index in selected European countries as of the 2nd quarter 2020

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Source

Release date

November 2020

Region

Europe

Survey time period

2nd quarter 2020

Supplementary notes

* 2015 = 100 index points.

** 2010=100

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