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Residential housing price indices, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2017

Dwelling prices in the 4th quarter of 2017 increased by 3.7% on a quarterly basis and by 10.0% on an annual basis

In the 4th quarter of 2017 dwelling prices increased by 3.7% compared to the previous quarter. Newly built dwellings contributed the most to the increase as their price increased by 9.4%. In 2017 dwelling prices increased by 10.0% and a record number of sales was achieved. 

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Prices of newly built dwellings significantly higher

In the 4th quarter of 2017 the prices of newly built dwellings increased by 9.4% over the previous quarter.

105 newly built flats were sold. Their prices increased by 9.5% over the previous quarter.

The number of newly built family houses sold in the 4th quarter of 2017 remained low, although it reached the highest level in 2017. Compared to the previous quarter, the prices grew by 8.5%, which is the highest increase so far.

The upward trend in the prices of existing dwellings continues

After the fall in the second half of 2015, the prices of existing dwellings have been rising since the beginning of 2016. In the 4th quarter of 2017 they grew by 2.8% compared to the previous quarter. The number of sales remained high (2,574).

In comparison with the previous quarter, the prices of existing flats in Ljubljana went up by 2.2%, while higher prices of existing flats in the rest of Slovenia (by 3.9%) contributed the most to higher prices of existing dwellings.

After the fall in the previous quarter, the number of sold existing family houses grew again in the 4th quarter of 2017. In comparison with the previous quarter, their prices increased by 2.0%.

Dwelling prices grew for the third year in a row

Dwelling prices increased by 10.0% in 2017.

Compared to the 4th quarter of 2016, in the 4th quarter of 2017 the prices of newly built family houses increased the most (by 15.7%), followed by the prices of existing flats in Ljubljana (by 14.8%), newly built flats (by 11.5%), existing flats in the rest of Slovenia (by 9.8%) and existing family houses (by 5.3%).

Despite the annual record low number of transactions of newly built dwellings (632), the number of transactions of all dwellings in 2017 was the highest so far (10,788).




Yearly indices of dwelling prices, Slovenia
Yearly indices of dwelling prices, Slovenia
Source: SURS
House price indices and number of transactions by type of dwellings, Slovenia, 4th quarter 2017
X-XII 17
X-XII 16
X–XII 17
VII–IX17
X-XII 17
  Ø 2015  
Number of
transactions
1 House price indices - Total110.0103.7116.072,718
1.1 Newly built dwellings112.2109.4118.16144
1.1.1 Newly built flats 111.5109.5120.02105
1.1.2 Newly built family houses115.7108.5109.0839
1.2 Existing dwellings109.6102.8115.662,574
1.2.1 Existing flats, Slovenia111.8103.2118.761,868
1.2.1.1 Existing flats, Ljubljana Municipality114.8102.2125.81474
1.2.1.2 Existing flats, Rest of Slovenia109.8103.9114.051,394
1.2.2 Existing family houses105.3102.0109.51706
Source: SURS
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