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Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Q3 house prices up 1.0% QoQ, 8.5% YoY, twice EU, euro rate - Eurostat




Brussels, Jan. 18 (Lusa) – House prices in Portugal in the third quarter of 2018 were up by almost twice as much on the year earlier as in the euro area and European Union as a whole, figures released on Friday by the EU’s statistical office, Eurostat, show.
In Portugal, prices for residential property were up 8.5% in the quarter on the same period of 2017, while in both the euro area and the EU the year-on-year increase was 4.3%.
As against the second quarter, housing prices in the euro area in the third quarter were up 1.6% and in the EU by 1.5%. In Portugal they were up 1.0%.
According to Eurostat, the biggest year-on-year increases in the third quarter were in Slovenia (15.1%), the Netherlands (10.2%) and Ireland (9.1%). Just Sweden (-2.1%) and Italy (-0.8%) saw prices drop.

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Date : 2019-01-19 10:11:11







 

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