Which Country Has the Highest Residential House Prices?

House Price, Nationwide Average (USD) (USD), 2017
Real Estate | October 21, 2018
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Based on a comparison of 35 countries in 2017, Ireland ranked the highest in average house price in the country with USD 462,993 followed by Norway and Luxembourg. On the other end of the scale was Belarus with USD 747, Mexico with USD 29,998 and Kazakhstan with USD 31,775.

Data for more countries are available at House Price, Nationwide Average (USD) indicator page.

House Price, Nationwide Average (USD) Unit 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Australia USD 307,160 307,069 304,627 294,211 290,022
Austria USD 301,600 299,095 324,933 326,574 304,652
Belgium USD 303,709 286,197 301,916 291,545 263,444
Canada USD 367,061 368,153 366,174 357,326 329,073
Denmark USD 329,812 310,364 331,030 335,617 319,945
France USD 254,582 233,986 236,572 225,617 196,902
Ireland USD 362,137 320,171 349,566 401,537 383,066
Japan USD 316,722 307,854 247,597 213,463 199,009
Luxembourg USD 414,525 397,795 427,986 436,643 403,061
Netherlands USD 320,685 285,157 285,927 292,145 271,022
New Zealand USD 294,065 321,371 354,741 369,193 374,634
Norway USD 494,225 512,654 531,555 462,168 405,711
Sweden USD 315,742 310,372 344,855 349,124 349,097
USA USD 176,958 190,913 210,170 220,510 232,684
United Kingdom USD 393,361 389,894 401,492 447,703 450,877