Where Residential House Prices Grown the Most Since 2000?

Residential Property Price Index, 2000=100% (Real, Local Currency) (%), 2017
Real Estate | October 24, 2018
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Based on a comparison of 42 countries in 2017, Kazakhstan ranked the highest in residential property price index, 2000=100% (real, local currency) with 536% followed by Lithuania and Sweden. On the other end of the scale was Germany with 9.34%, USA with 17.5% and Macedonia with 28.9%.

Average residential property price index, 2000=100% (real, local currency) reached 160% in 2017 in the World according to Eurostat. This is 1.45 % more than in the previous year and 0.850 % more than 10 years ago.

Historically, average residential property price index, 2000=100% (real, local currency) reached an all time high of 160% in 2017 and an all time low of 100% in 2000. The average annual growth amounted to 2.79 % since 1960.

Data for more countries are available at Residential Property Price Index, 2000=100% (Real, Local Currency) indicator page.

Residential Property Price Index, 2000=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 % 172% 169% 176% 187% 201%
Bulgaria % ... ... ... 151% 146% 144% 150% 157%
Canada % 168% 174% 177% 183% 191%
Colombia % 153% 166% 173% 181% 192%
Czech Republic % ... ... ... 146% 139% 137% 140% 145%
France % 190% 184% 179% 168% 165%
Hong Kong % 120% 142% 152% 170% 182%
Israel % 119% 124% 132% 138% 148%
Kazakhstan % ... ... ... 692% 667% 662% 650% 640%
Lithuania % ... ... ... 276% 252% 268% 284% 314%
Luxembourg % 154% 150% 148% 147% 146%
Norway % 152% 159% 165% 163% 172%
Russia % ... ... ... 329% 364% 350% 353% 333%
South Africa % 223% 231% 246% 258% 274%
Sweden % 183% 192% 206% 227% 262%