In the first quarter of 2016, the Housing Rent Reference Index was virtually stable (+0.06% over a year)Rent Reference Index - 1st Quarter 2016

In the first quarter of 2016, the Housing Rent Reference Index stood at 125.26. Year-on-year, it was virtually stable (+0.06%).

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Paru le : 13/04/2016
Prochaine parution le : 12/10/2017 at 08:45 - third quarter 2017

In the first quarter of 2016, the Housing Rent Reference Index stood at 125.26. Year-on-year, it was virtually stable (+0.06%).

– Housing rent reference index

Q4 1998=100
Housing rent reference index
Values Percentage change over a one-year period. (Q/Q-4)
Q1 2012 122.37   +2.24
Q2 2012 122.96   +2.20
Q3 2012 123.55   +2.15
Q4 2012 123.97   +1.88
Q1 2013 124.25   +1.54
Q2 2013 124.44   +1.20
Q3 2013 124.66   +0.90
Q4 2013 124.83   +0.69
Q1 2014 125.00   +0.60
Q2 2014 125.15   +0.57
Q3 2014 125.24   +0.47
Q4 2014 125.29   +0.37
Q1 2015 125.19   +0.15
Q2 2015 125.25   +0.08
Q3 2015 125.26   +0.02
Q4 2015 125.28   −0.01
Q1 2016 125.26   +0.06
Q2 2016
Q3 2016
Q4 2016
  • Note: series are available on INSEE web site.
  • Source: INSEE

GraphUK – Housing rent reference index's annual variations

Warning :

The consumer price index (CPI) has changed reference year in January 2016. The new series of the CPI is used to calculate the Housing Rent Reference Index (HRRI). The Housing Rent Reference Index reference period is not modified, however. This change in the method of calculation of IPC has no impact for users of the HRRI.

Documentation

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