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Price index in real terms (RHPI) development of residential property in selected countries in EU-28 from 1st quarter 2010 to 4th quarter 2017*

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Price index in real terms (RHPI) development of residential property EU-28 2010-2017 This statistic shows the price index in real terms (RHPI) development of residential property in selected countries in EU-28 from the third quarter 2012 to the third quarter 2017. The RHPI measures price changes of single-family properties, adjusted for the impact of inflation. Real values are calculated using the so-called Personal Consumption Expenditure Deflator (PCE). This PCE, so the theory goes, includes expenditures that are not counted in the Consumer Price Index(CPI), such as medical and health care expenses paid by employers and other national health programs. Because the RHPI adjusts for house-buying power, it is also a measure of housing affordability. In the third quarter of 2017, housing prices in real terms in Luxembourg reached an index of approximately 137.
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 2016, approximately 50 percent of the respondents from the Netherlands believed housing prices were expensive, compared to approximately 90 percent of the respondents from Luxembourg.
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This statistic shows the price index in real terms (RHPI) development of residential property in selected countries in EU-28 from the third quarter 2012 to the third quarter 2017. The RHPI measures price changes of single-family properties, adjusted for the impact of inflation. Real values are calculated using the so-called Personal Consumption Expenditure Deflator (PCE). This PCE, so the theory goes, includes expenditures that are not counted in the Consumer Price Index(CPI), such as medical and health care expenses paid by employers and other national health programs. Because the RHPI adjusts for house-buying power, it is also a measure of housing affordability. In the third quarter of 2017, housing prices in real terms in Luxembourg reached an index of approximately 137.
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 2016, approximately 50 percent of the respondents from the Netherlands believed housing prices were expensive, compared to approximately 90 percent of the respondents from Luxembourg.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
Survey time period
Q1 2010 to Q4 2017
Supplementary notes
* The numbers provided for Q4 2017 for Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg and Croatia are provisional.

Index value 2005 equals 100. The year 2005 is the base year used to calculate the index value. The source states it uses a "house price index for each country that is most consistent with the quarterly U.S. house price index for existing single-family houses produced by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. We extend the preferred series for each country back to first quarter 1975 either with historical data or with data from secondary sources. Each country’s house price index is seasonally adjusted over the entire sample period with an unobserved components time series model and then rebased to 2005 = 100."

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