In Q3 2016, the house price got stronger (+1.8% year-on-year)House price index - third quarter 2016

In Q3 2016, house prices rose again compared to the previous quarter (+2.5%, not-seasonally adjusted data). The prices of second-hand dwellings increased more (+2.7%) than those of new dwellings (+1.4%).

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No 14
Paru le : 19/01/2017

In Q3 2016, house prices rose again compared to the previous quarter (+2.5%, not-seasonally adjusted data). The prices of second-hand dwellings increased more (+2.7%) than those of new dwellings (+1.4%).

Year-on-year, house prices increased at a higher pace

Year-on-year, house prices accelerated in Q3 2016 (+1.8% after +0.7% in Q2 2016). New dwelling prices grew faster (+2.2% y-o-y) than second-hand dwelling prices (+1.7%).

Revisions

The index has been revised to include transactions recorded after the previous publication. Compared to the publication of 12 October 2016, the year-on-year variation in housing prices in Q2 2016 has been revised downward by 0.1 points: it stands at +0.7% instead of +0.8%.

OLE_LINK2 – House price index

Base 100: 2010
House price index
Weights 2016 (%) Index 2016 Q3 (p) Percentage change compared with the previous quarter (p) Percentage change compared with the same quarter of the previous year (p)
All dwellings 100.0 102.8 2.5 1.8
new dwellings 10.3 108.5 1.4 2.2
second-hand dwellings 89.7 102.1 2.7 1.7
  • Raw data
  • (p) Provisional data
  • Scope: metropolitan France except Corsica
  • Source: INSEE, SOeS, French notaries – Database Bien, Perval

Documentation

Methodology (pdf, 175 Ko)