In Q1 2016, house prices recovered slightly year-on-yearHouse price index - 1st quarter 2016
In Q1 2016, house prices were practically stable compared to the previous quarter (-0.2%, not-seasonally adjusted data), both for second-hand dwellings and for new dwellings.
In Q1 2016, house prices were practically stable compared to the previous quarter (−0.2%, not-seasonally adjusted data), both for second-hand dwellings and for new dwellings.
Year-on-year, house prices recovered slightly
However, year-on-year, house prices rose in Q1 2016 (+0.6%), for the first time since Q2 2012. New dwellings prices increased more (+0.9% y-o-y) than second-hand dwellings prices (+0.5%).
The index has been revised to include transactions recorded after the previous publication. Compared to the publication of 12 April 2016, the year-on-year variation of housing prices in Q4 2015 has been revised downward by 0.3 points: it stands at −0.2% instead of +0.1%.
tableau OLE_LINK2 – House price index
|Weights 2016 (%)||Index 2016 Q1 (p)||Percentage change compared with the previous quarter (p)||Percentage change compared with the same quarter of the previous year (p)|
- Raw data
- (p) Provisional data
- Scope: metropolitan France except Corsica
- Source: INSEE, SOeS, French notaries – Database Bien, Perval