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Prices of old single-family houses rose by 2.1 % year-on-year in January to March 2022

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2022, 1st quarter
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According to Statistics Finland, prices of old one-dwelling houses rose by 2.1 per cent in the whole country in the first quarter of 2022 from the previous year. Compared to the previous quarter, prices of old one-dwelling houses went up by 1.0 per cent. In the early part of 2022, around 10 per cent fewer transactions of old one-dwelling houses were made than in the corresponding period one year earlier.

A line chart by area describing the price development of old one-dwelling houses by quarter from 2015 to the first quarter of 2022, 2015=100. In municipalities of over 100,000 inhabitants, the prices of old one-dwelling houses grew by 4.1 per cent and in municipalities of 20,000 to 59,999 inhabitants by 4.3 per cent from the year before. Prices fell by 1.3 per cent in municipalities with a population of 60,000 to 100,000.  In municipalities of under 20,000 inhabitants prices remained almost unchanged from one year ago.

Key points

  • Prices of old one-dwelling houses rose by 2.1 per cent in the whole country from the previous year.
  • Compared to the previous quarter, prices of old one-dwelling houses went up by 1.0 per cent.
  • Prices of one-dwelling house plots rose by 10.3 per cent in the whole country from the year before.
  • Around 10 per cent fewer transactions were made in old one-dwelling houses than in the corresponding period of the year before.

Tables

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18.05.2022

Price index (2015=100) for old single-family houses, 1st quarter 2022

18.05.2022

Price index (2015=100) for single-family house plots, 1st quarter 2022

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