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House Prices In Malta Up By 11%
(17th April 2015)

Recent Eurostat figures show that House prices in Malta rose by 11% in the fourth quarter last year when compared to the same period of the previous year.

 

It was the second highest annual increase among the EU states for which data is available, the highest being recorded in Ireland (+16.3%).

 

Malta was followed by Sweden (10.4%), Estonia (10.1%) and the United Kingdom (10%), and the largest fall was in Slovenia (-4.4%), followed by Cyprus (-3.3%), Latvia (-3.2%) and Italy (-2.9%).

 

The highest quarterly increases were recorded in Malta (4.6%), Ireland (3.8%), Slovakia (2.1%) and Luxembourg (2%), and the largest falls in Latvia (-10.2%), Lithuania (-4.3%) and Cyprus (-3%).

 

Over all, house prices in the fourth quarter rose by 1.1%  in the euro area and by 2.6% in the EU compared with the same period the previous year.

 

Compared with the previous quarter, house prices slightly decreased in the euro area (-0.1%) and remained stable in the EU in the fourth quarter of 2014.


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