The five most expensive municipalities are located in the Brussels region: Elsen, Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Uccle and Etterbeek. Not surprisingly, the most expensive homes are located in Brussels, according to the portal ee24.com.
Elsen is the most expensive municipality of Belgium, where the average house price is more than €560,000. According to expatica.com, in the cheapest municipality Kvarenon (in the province of Hainaut, near the city of Mons), a new home can be purchased for €87,000.
A cheap house you can buy in Wallonia. Twenty cheapest municipalities located there. Kvarenon leads in the list, followed by Kolfonten and Viruanval. Also low-cost options can be found in the province of Flemish Brabant and West Flanders, where the average house price is slightly above €118,000.
In the second quarter of 2013 in Belgium reported a decline in the cost of housing. The house costs about €195,498. This is €194 less than the previous quarter. However, the prices of apartments increased by €4,155 for the same period, and the average cost of an apartment was €209,450. However, the gap between the cost of houses and apartments in Belgium increased. Prices for villas, cottages and bungalows recently fluctuated. And if at the end of last year, the difference amounted to €5,760, today the figure soared to €14,000.