Italy: residential property transactions in Milan 2017, by property size

This statistic illustrates the share of completed residential property transactions in Milan in Italy as of 2017, broken down by property size. It can be observed that 42 percent of the total residential property transactions carried out in Milan in 2016 concerned small properties between 50 and 85 square meters, followed by medium-sized properties (around 26 percent).

Share of residential property transactions completed in Milan in Italy in 2017, by property size*

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Source

Release date

February 2019

Region

Europe, Italy

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

*Studio apartment: up to 50 sqm; Small: between 50 and 85 sqm; Small – medium: between 85 and 115 sqm; Medium: between 115 and 145 sqm; Large: 145 sqm and above.

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