Where Residential House Prices Grown the Most Since 1990?

Residential Property Price Index, 1990=100% (Real, Local Currency) (%), 2017
Real Estate | October 24, 2018
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Based on a comparison of 28 countries in 2017, Norway ranked the highest in residential property price index, 1990=100% (real, local currency) with 316% followed by Ireland and South Africa. On the other end of the scale was Germany with 6.76%, USA with 15.4% and Japan with 23.0%.

Data for more countries are available at Residential Property Price Index, 1990=100% (Real, Local Currency) indicator page.

Residential Property Price Index, 1990=100% (Real, Local Currency) Unit 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Australia % 203% 199% 207% 220% 237%
Belgium % 205% 205% 205% 202% 204%
Canada % 161% 167% 170% 175% 183%
Denmark % 193% 191% 196% 204% 217%
France % 191% 185% 180% 169% 166%
Hong Kong % 112% 132% 141% 158% 170%
Ireland % 205% 192% 200% 236% 254%
Israel % 133% 138% 147% 154% 166%
Luxembourg % 202% 197% 195% 193% 191%
Malta % 141% 131% 134% 135% 148%
Netherlands % 213% 196% 186% 187% 195%
Norway % 249% 261% 271% 268% 283%
Singapore % 290% 287% 286% 275% 266%
South Africa % 229% 237% 252% 264% 281%
Sweden % 186% 195% 209% 230% 266%