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Greek Real Estate Price Observatory | Q4'21

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Author : Zafeiria Stathogiannakou
  • February 04, 2022
Despite the global recession caused by the pandemic, house prices & rents continues its positive trajectory in the main markets of EU. According to Eurostat's findings, over the period 2010 until Q3 2021, rents increased by 16% and house prices by 39% across EU. In particular, house prices increased by 8.8% y-o-y in EU & 9.2% y-o-y in European Union during Q3 2021. Greece experienced a deep recession since the end of 2009. However, over the last years, the Greek residential property market has clearly re-entered an upwards phase, despite the COVID-19 slowdown. A breakdown of the average asking price by key regions reveals the following market sentiment during Q4 2021.

Table of Contents
  1. House prices & rents in EU area
  2. Home ownership across EU area
  3. House prices - Sales in Attica
  4. House prices - Sales in Thessaloniki
  5. House prices - Sales across Greece
  6. House prices - Rents in Attica
  7. House prices - Rents in Thessaloniki
  8. House prices - Rents across Greece