Malta and Ireland became leaders in real estate price growth in Europe

April 20, 2015

Malta and Ireland became leaders in real estate price growth in Europe

According to Eurostat, in Q4 2014 the most positive trends were recorded in Ireland (+16.3% y-o-y), Malta (11%), Sweden (10.4%), Estonia (10.1%), the UK (10%), Iceland (7.5 %), Canada (6.7%) and Norway (6.5%), while negative trends were showed Slovenia (-4.4% y-o-y), Cyprus (-3.3%), Latvia (-3.2%) and Italy (-2.9%).

The worst figure for the last three months of 2014 q-o-q was recorded in Latvia (-10.2%), and the best – in Malta (+4.6%).

There are no Eurostat' data on Germany, Greece and Poland.

 

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