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House prices 2023

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House prices 2023

Statbel, the Belgian statistical office, publishes today the real estate figures for the full year 2023, down to the municipal level. The main results are the following:

  • The Belgian median price for an attached or semi-detached house amounted to 260,000 euros. A buyer had to pay 369,000 euros for a detached house.
  • The Brussels-Capital Region was the most expensive region. Attached and semi-detached houses cost there 495,000 euros. The price for a detached house amounted to 932,500 euros.
  • The Walloon Region was the cheapest with a median price of 176,000 euros for an attached or semi-detached house and 290,000 euros for a detached house.
  • In the Flemish Region, attached or semi-detached houses cost 298,120 euros. The price for a detached house amounted to 410,000 euros. The Flemish Region is the only region where prices for all categories have risen again.
  • Limburg was the cheapest province in the Flemish Region and Flemish Brabant the most expensive. In the Walloon Region, the cheapest province was Hainaut and the most expensive Walloon Brabant.
  • Ixelles was the most expensive municipality for houses. The cheapest houses could be found in Hastière.
  • The most expensive apartments were found in Knokke-Heist, and the cheapest in Kelmis.

All the results in this press release are based on the deeds of sale registered at the General Administration of the Patrimonial Documentation of the FPS Finances.

Belgium

The median price for an attached or semi-detached house amounted to 260,000 euros for the whole year 2023. The price of a detached house increased to 369,000 euros. The price of apartments was 239,000 euros.

BELGIUM 2021 2022 2023 % evolution % evolution
(Y) (Y) (Y) 2022 (Y) / 2021 (Y) 2023 (Y) / 2022 (Y)
Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 235,000 255,000 260,000 +8.5% +2%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 337,000 360,000 369,000 +6.8% +2.5%
Apartments 219,000 230,000 239,000 +5% +3.9%
Median price (euro)

Real estate prices continued to rise in 2023, but did so to a lesser extent than the year before: median prices of attached or semi-detached houses increased by 2%. The price for detached houses increased by 2.5%. Apartments became 3.9% more expensive.

The regions

Clear regional differences can be noted:

  • The Brussels-Capital Region was the most expensive region for all types of dwellings. Attached and semi-detached houses cost 495.00 euros and have become 0.8% more expensive. Detached houses (932,500 euros) registered a price decrease of 18.9%. The median price for apartments increased to 256,500 euros, i.e. a price increase of 0.8%:
BRUSSELS-CAPITAL REGION 2021 2022 2023 % evolution % evolution
(Y) (Y) (Y) 2022 (Y) / 2021 (Y) 2023 (Y) / 2022 (Y)
Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 455,000 491,000 495,000 +7.9% +0.8%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 1,150,000 1,150,000 932,500 0.0% --18.9%
Apartments 240,000 254,500 256,500 +6% +0.8%
Median price (euro)
  • The Walloon Region was the cheapest. In 2023, attached and semi-detached houses have registered, with a median price of 176,000 euros, a price increase of 1,000 euros (+0.6%) compared to 2022. The median price of detached houses in Wallonia remained the same as the year before: 290,000 euros. With a price increase of 5,000 euros, apartments became 2.9% more expensive and cost 180,000 euros, making them more expensive than an attached or semi-detached house:
WALLOON REGION 2021 2022 2023 % evolution % evolution
(Y) (Y) (Y) 2022 (Y) / 2021 (Y) 2023 (Y) / 2022 (Y)
Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 165,000 175,000 176,000 +6.1% +0.6%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 272,750 290,000 290,000 +6.3% 0.0%
Apartments 165,000 175,000 180,000 +6.1% +2.9%
Median price (euro)
  • The Flemish Region is in between. Attached and semi-detached houses cost there 298,120 euros, an increase of 4.6% compared to 2022. Detached houses exceeded the 400,000 euros mark to 410,000 euros and experienced a 3.8% price increase compared to the previous year. Apartments cost 245,000 euros. They became 10,000 euros (+4.3%) more expensive:
FLEMISH REGION 2021 2022 2023 % evolution % evolution
(Y) (Y) (Y) 2022 (Y) / 2021 (Y) 2023 (Y) / 2022 (Y)
Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 265,000 285,000 298,120 +7.5% +4.6%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 370,000 395,000 410,000 +6.8% +3.8%
Apartments 220,000 235,000 245,000 +6.8% +4.3%
Median price (euro)

The provinces

In the Flemish Region, in 2023, houses and apartments were the most expensive in the province of Flemish Brabant: an attached or semi-detached house there cost 350,000 euros. For a detached house the median price was 455,000 euros. The median price of apartments amounted to 265,000 euros. In Limburg, houses and apartments were the cheapest: 250,000 euros for an attached or semi-detached house, 325,000 euros for a detached house and 230,000 euros for an apartment.

In the Walloon Region, the province of Walloon Brabant is the most expensive for all categories: attached and semi-detached houses cost there 320,000 euros, the median price of a detached house was 460,000 euros and apartments reached a level of 249,000 euros. Hainaut was the cheapest for attached or semi-detached houses (155,000 euros) and apartments (157,750 euros). The cheapest detached houses were found in the province of Namur (260,000 euros).

The municipalities

Houses

The tables below show a ranking of the most and least expensive municipalities per region based on all attached, semi-detached and detached houses.

The most expensive Flemish municipality for houses was Knokke-Heist with a median price of 737,500 euros. The cheapest houses in this region could be found in Menen with a median price of 180,000 euros.

The most expensive Walloon houses were located in Lasne (632,000 euros) and the cheapest houses could be found in Hastière (91,000 euros).

In the Brussels-Capital Region, the municipality of Ixelles had the highest median price with 827,500 euros. The lowest median price for houses in this region was found in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (340,000 euros).

Houses - most and least expensive municipalities in the Flemish Region:

Most expensive municipalities Median price Least expensive municipalities Median price
1 KNOKKE-HEIST (282) 737,500 1 MENEN (425) 180,000
2 SINT-MARTENS-LATEM (92) 705,000 2 RONSE (297) 207,750
3 KRAAINEM (114) 622,500 3 LO-RENINGE (28) 210,000
4 WEZEMBEEK-OPPEM (121) 590,000 4 WERVIK (204) 215,000
5 SINT-GENESIUS-RODE (160) 585,000 5 IZEGEM (361) 225,000
6 OVERIJSE (235) 542,500 6 TONGEREN (304) 235,000
7 SCHILDE (238) 530,000   ZOUTLEEUW (57) 235,000
8 TERVUREN (187) 511,500 8 HEERS (67) 240,000
9 HOEILAART (91) 510,000 9 LANDEN (129) 242,000
10 HOVE (72) 488,000 10 GERAARDSBERGEN (412) 245,000
        SINT-TRUIDEN (308) 245,000
        DILSEN-STOKKEM (161) 245,000
The figure in brackets represents the number of transactions.

Houses - most and least expensive municipalities in the Walloon Region:

Most expensive municipalities Median price Least expensive municipalities Median price
1 LASNE (128) 632,000 1 HASTIERE (190) 91,000
2 WATERLOO (238) 522,500 2 FROIDCHAPELLE (66) 105,500
3 RIXENSART (188) 480,000 3 COLFONTAINE (272) 119,000
4 CHAUMONT-GISTOUX (109) 477,500   CHIMAY (95) 119,000
5 LA HULPE (61) 475,000 5 VIROINVAL (85) 125,000
6 OTTIGNIES-LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE (141) 410,000 6 DOUR (171) 128,000
7 CHASTRE (42) 400,000 7 QUAREGNON (185) 135,000
8 BRAINE-L’ALLEUD (328) 395,000   MOMIGNIES (39) 135,000
  GREZ-DOICEAU (123) 395,000 9 CHARLEROI (1828) 140,000
  MONT-SAINT-GUIBERT (41) 395,000 10 TELLIN (40) 142,500
The figure in brackets represents the number of transactions.

Houses - most and least expensive municipalities in the Brussels-Capital Region:

Most expensive municipalities Median price Least expensive municipalities Median price
1 IXELLES (87) 827,500 1 MOLENBEEK-SAINT-JEAN (57) 340,000
2 WOLUWE-SAINT-PIERRE (169) 736,500 2 ANDERLECHT (202) 345,000
3 SAINT-GILLES (19) 681,250 3 KOEKELBERG (22) 352,500
4 UCCLE (276) 668,000 4 BERCHEM-SAINTE-AGATHE (87) 371,000
5 WATERMAEL-BOITSFORT (116) 650,000 5 GANSHOREN (44) 372,500
6 WOLUWE-SAINT-LAMBERT (145) 640,000 6 SAINT-JOSSE-TEN-NOODE (24) 394,000
7 ETTERBEEK (70) 612,000 7 JETTE (101) 398,900
8 AUDERGHEM (130) 543,000 8 BRUSSELS (238) 399,000
9 FOREST (66) 488,750 9 EVERE (70) 420,000
10 SCHAERBEEK (152) 485,000 10 SCHAERBEEK (152) 485,000
The figure in brackets represents the number of transactions.

Apartments

The tables below show a ranking of the most and least expensive municipalities per region for the apartments.

The most expensive Flemish municipality for apartments was Knokke-Heist with a median price of 555,000 euros.

The cheapest apartments in this region could be found in Landen with a median price of 160,000 euros.

The most expensive Walloon apartments are located in La Hulpe (393,000 euros) and the cheapest could be found in La Calamine (60,000 euros).

In the Brussels-Capital Region, Woluwé-Saint-Pierre was the municipality with the highest median price for an apartment, i.e. 345,000 euros. The lowest median price was for the municipality of Anderlecht (200,000 euros).

Apartments - most and least expensive municipalities in the Flemish Region:

Most expensive municipalities Median price Least expensive municipalities Median price
1 KNOKKE-HEIST (961) 555,000 1 LANDEN (17) 160,000
2 BONHEIDEN (18) 352,300 2 MENEN (42) 170,000
3 OVERIJSE (25) 350,000 3 ROESELARE (200) 175,500
4 SCHILDE (45) 347,500 4 TONGEREN (96) 177,500
5 KRAAINEM (43) 345,000 5 KUURNE (20) 182,000
6 HOVE (22) 341,250 6 HARELBEKE (94) 183,750
7 LAARNE (18) 341,000 7 MIDDELKERKE (601) 185,000
8 LOCHRISTI (22) 338,250   IZEGEM (77) 185,000
9 TERVUREN (26) 327,500 9 LEOPOLDSBURG (59) 190,000
10 SINT-KATELIJNE-WAVER (32) 325,500   AVELGEM (17) 190,000
The figure in brackets represents the number of transactions.

Apartments - most and least expensive municipalities in the Walloon Region:

Most expensive municipalities Median price Least expensive municipalities Median price
1 LA HULPE (16) 393,000 1 KELMIS (29) 60,000
2 WATERLOO (83) 350,000 2 CHARLEROI (450) 115,000
  RIXENSART (39) 350,000 3 DISON (56) 120,000
4 MONT-SAINT-GUIBERT (16) 285,000 4 MORLANWELZ (25) 125,000
5 BRAINE-L’ALLEUD (87) 275,000 5 CHÂTELET (18) 127,500
6 WAVRE (122) 250,000 6 LA LOUVIERE (141) 130,000
  GERPINNES (29) 250,000 7 SERAING (91) 138,000
8 OTTIGNIES-LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE (200) 249,900 8 DURBUY (29) 139,250
9 GEMBLOUX (72) 247,100 9 HERSTAL (78) 145,000
10 MESSANCY (21) 239,500 10 ROCHEFORT (21) 147,000
The figure in brackets represents the number of transactions.

Apartments - most and least expensive municipalities in the Brussels-Capital Region:

Most expensive municipalities Median price Least expensive municipalities Median price
1 WOLUWE-SAINT-PIERRE (331) 345,000 1 ANDERLECHT (765) 200,000
2 IXELLES (843) 335,000 2 MOLENBEEK-SAINT-JEAN (674) 210,000
3 UCCLE (812) 330,000 3 BERCHEM-SAINTE-AGATHE (168) 212,500
4 WOLUWE-SAINT-LAMBERT (571) 325,000 4 JETTE (455) 215,000
5 ETTERBEEK (419) 297,000   GANSHOREN (215) 215,000
6 AUDERGHEM (220) 295,000 6 KOEKELBERG (170) 220,000
7 WATERMAEL-BOITSFORT (149) 290,000 7 SAINT-JOSSE-TEN-NOODE (127) 235,000
8 SAINT-GILLES (302) 288,750 8 EVERE (324) 245,500
9 FOREST (529) 269,000 9 BRUSSELS (1348) 250,500
10 SCHAERBEEK (844) 259,000 10 SCHAERBEEK (844) 259,000
The figure in brackets represents the number of transactions.

Annexes

The table below lists the median prices for the latest available years.

Median (euro) 2021
(Y)
2022
(Y)
2023
(Y)
Evolution %
2022(Y) / 2021(Y)
Evolution %
2023(Y) / 2022(Y)
BELGIUM Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 235,000 255,000 260,000 +8.5% +2.0%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 337,000 360,000 369,000 +6.8% +2.5%
Apartments 219,000 230,000 239,000 +5.0% +3.9%
FLEMISH REGION Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 265,000 285,000 298,120 +7.5% +4.6%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 370,000 395,000 410,000 +6.8% +3.8%
Apartments 220,000 235,000 245,000 +6.8% +4.3%
WALLOON REGION Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 165,000 175,000 176,000 +6.1% +0.6%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 272,750 290,000 290,000 +6.3% 0.0%
Apartments 165,000 175,000 180,000 +6.1% +2.9%
BRUSSELS-CAPITAL REGION Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 455,000 491,000 495,000 +7.9% +0.8%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 1,150,000 1,150,000 932,500 0.0% -18.9%
Apartments 240,000 254,500 256,500 +6.0% +0.8%
PROVINCE OF ANTWERP Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 291,800 315,000 327,000 +8.0% +3.8%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 389,000 420,000 430,000 +8.0% +2.4%
Apartments 220,000 235,000 245,000 +6.8% +4.3%
PROVINCE OF FLEMISH BRABANT Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 315,000 340,000 350,000 +7.9% +2.9%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 420,000 445,000 455,000 +6.0% +2.2%
Apartments 240,000 257,500 265,000 +7.3% +2.9%
PROVINCE OF WALLOON BRABANT Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 305,000 315,000 320,000 +3.3% +1.6%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 440,000 465,000 460,000 +5.7% -1.1%
Apartments 230,000 245,000 249,000 +6.5% +1.6%
PROVINCE OF WEST FLANDERS Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 230,000 248,000 260,000 +7.8% +4.8%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 369,000 390,000 405,000 +5.7% +3.8%
Apartments 215,000 223,500 238,000 +4.0% +6.5%
PROVINCE OF EAST FLANDERS Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 259,000 280,000 290,000 +8.1% +3.6%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 390,000 420,000 428,000 +7.7% +1.9%
Apartments 230,000 245,000 252,000 +6.5% +2.9%
PROVINCE OF HAINAUT Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 143,000 150,000 155,000 +4.9% +3.3%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 250,000 270,000 270,000 +8.0% 0.0%
Apartments 140,000 145,000 157,750 +3.6% +8.8%
PROVINCE OF LIÈGE Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 170,000 180,000 185,000 +5.9% +2.8%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 270,000 294,750 288,000 +9.2% -2.3%
Apartments 160,000 170,000 170,000 +6.3% 0.0%
PROVINCE OF LIMBURG Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 219,000 237,000 250,000 +8.2% +5.5%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 285,000 300,000 325,000 +5.3% +8.3%
Apartments 205,000 218,000 230,000 +6.3% +5.5%
PROVINCE OF LUXEMBOURG Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 175,000 200,000 202,000 +14.3% +1.0%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 240,000 260,000 269,000 +8.3% +3.5%
Apartments 179,500 185,000 200,000 +3.1% +8.1%
PROVINCE OF NAMUR Houses with 2 or 3 outside walls (attached + semi-detached houses) 180,000 195,000 195,000 +8.3% 0.0%
Houses with 4 outside walls or more (detached houses) 239,000 251,000 260,000 +5.0% +3.6%
Apartments 162,000 177,250 190,000 +9.4% +7.2%

The table below lists the least and most expensive provinces by region.

  Most expensive province Least expensive province
Flemish Region Regular houses FLEMISH BRABANT
€ 350,000 LIMBURG
250
Villas, bungalows, country houses FLEMISH BRABANT
€ 455,000 LIMBURG
325
Apartments, flats, studios FLEMISH BRABANT
€ 265,000 LIMBURG
230
 
Walloon Region Regular houses WALLOON BRABANT HAINAUT
230
Villas, bungalows, country houses WALLOON BRABANT
320
NAMUR
155
Apartments, flats, studios WALLOON BRABANT
460
HAINAUT
260
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General overview

The statistic on house prices is based on the deeds of sale registered by the FPS Finances, and more specifically the General Administration of the Patrimonial Documentation (GAPD), better known as the land registry. Until 2004, the necessary data were transmitted to Statbel on paper. From 2005 onwards, the data were transmitted in digital format, based on the registration system CADNET/LOCO. From 2016 onwards, the STIPAD system replaced the CADNET/LOCO system within the GAPD. This document describes the methodology used to calculate house prices.

Direct sales versus public sales

In the case of a direct sale of real estate, the buyer and the seller agree on a selling price.

In the case of a public sale, the property is sold according to the highest bid system. The sale is usually conducted under the direction of a notary in a public space (e.g. a café) and is announced in a local newspaper, for example.

Real estate prices as calculated by Statbel are based on both direct sales and public sales.

Preliminary sales agreement versus deed of sale

In the case of a direct sale of real estate, a preliminary sales agreement is first signed between the seller and the buyer. The signature of the notarial deed of sale takes place with a notary within 4 months of the signature of the preliminary sales agreement.

All preliminary sales agreements do not result in an actual sale. It is possible that the buyer does not find the necessary funding after the signature of the preliminary sales agreement because the bank refused the mortgage credit, for example.

Real estate prices as calculated by Statbel are based on the notarial deeds, i.e. on effective sales, and not on preliminary sales agreements.

Sales price

In addition to the agreed sales price, the buyer still has to pay additional costs, such as registration fees (or VAT in the case of a new building) and the notary's fees for drawing up the deed. If you take out a mortgage loan, the mortgage registration fees and any bank processing fees are added. For the calculation of real estate prices, we only take the agreed sales prices into account, excluding additional fees.

Type of property

Residential real estate

The data set of the land registry, to which Statbel had access from 2005 to 2017 for the calculation of real estate prices, included the following categories of properties:

  • regular houses
  • villas
  • apartments

These categories are based on the nature mentioned on the cadastral plan. This nature is determined once the new building is completed. This nature is not always updated if the purpose of the building changes.

The breakdown into ‘regular house’ versus ‘villa’ is based on the (subjective) judgement of the evaluator of the land registry.

In the rest of the document, real estate prices calculated according to the breakdown above are mentioned as real estate prices according to the ‘former methodology’. From 2017 onwards, a more comprehensive data set, including a detailed description of the property, was made available to Statbel. It provides two additional variables: the nature according to the deed of sale and the construction code.

This additional information makes it possible to further optimise the methodology:

  • In order to determine the type of building, we no longer use the nature mentioned in the cadastral plan, but the nature mentioned in the deed of sale. This nature is more up to date because it is identified (by the notary) at the time of each sale.
  • Houses are now objectively broken down according to the number of facades. The former method made the distinction between regular houses and villas, but this qualification is subjective. In the modified methodology, we now distinguish attached and semi-detached houses (2 or 3 facades) and detached houses (4 facades or more).

In the rest of the document, real estate prices calculated based on the nature in the deed of sale are mentioned as real estate prices according to the ‘new methodology’.

Building plots

The additional variables do not make it possible to calculate reference prices for building plots. The reason is that a large part of actual building plots was assigned to a residential category, in which we can find anything: agricultural lands, industrial lands, building plots, etc. This concerns more than 50 % of all building plots.

Other types of properties

In the same way, for non-residential properties (agriculture, commercial, etc.), the database of the land registry does not allow to calculate results. Properties in this category are very often sold in lots, with other plots with different purposes for a total price, so that it is not possible to calculate a price per individual property and therefore the median prices per category.

New buildings

In the former methodology, all transactions that were in the summary data set of the land registry were included in the calculation. It also included part of the new constructions.

Thanks to the more detailed data set available to Statbel since 2016 and after a joint analysis with the land registry, it appeared that not all actual new constructions were included in the data set and that the data on new constructions that were included were not always accurate. The land registry’s database does not allow to build up a correct picture of the total sales of new constructions. For this reason, the new optimised methodology only takes into account the secondary real estate market (resale) and all transactions relating to new constructions are eliminated.

Cleansing of data sets

The data sets provided by the land registry are cleaned in two ways.

On the one hand, all transactions that do not belong to the statistical universe are eliminated. These transactions are not taken into account in the calculation of the reference price or of the number of transactions. This concerns for example transfers due to inheritances. In the optimised methodology, new constructions are also eliminated.

In the same way, transactions for which essential data are unknown - e.g. the date of sale or the type of property - are also eliminated.

On the other hand, filters are used to identify missing data. In this case, the missing data make it possible to include transactions in the calculation of the number of transactions, but they are not taken into account in the calculation of the reference price. This concerns for example transactions for which only the price is missing. Transactions relating to the sale of several properties in one lot for an overall price are also included in this category.

Results

In the former methodology, the results calculated include average prices, median prices, percentile prices, the number of transactions, total prices and total surface areas.

In the new optimised methodology, the results calculated include median prices, percentile prices and the number of transactions.

The results are grouped per year, per semester or quarter, per type of dwelling and per location (municipalities, districts, provinces, regions and country).

Reference price: average price versus median price

For statistical breakdowns characterised by observations with extreme values (e.g. the sales price of real estate), it should be taken into account that the average, as the central measuring tool, is strongly influenced by these extreme values: an extreme value will steer the average towards it to a large extent.

The median price is a more appropriate measuring tool. This is the price against which 50% of transactions are cheaper and 50% more expensive. The influence of these extreme values on this measuring tool is minimal or non-existent: the median does not change, or hardly changes, if an extreme value is added to or removed from the calculation (unlike the average). So, the median price is a more stable measuring tool than the average price.

In Statbel's publications, the median price is used as reference price.

Percentile price

Percentile prices are additional measuring tools that, with the median price, give a better picture of the statistical breakdown of prices. The 25th percentile (also called the first quartile: Q25) is the price against which 25 % of transactions are as expensive or cheaper, while 75 % of transactions are as expensive or more expensive.

The 75th percentile (also called the third quartile: Q75) is the price against which 75 % of transactions are as expensive or cheaper, while 25 % of transactions are as expensive or more expensive.

Median and percentile prices are published only for 16 transactions with valid prices per aggregate, in order to achieve a certain degree of representativeness and to guarantee the confidentiality of individual data. The land registry’s database sometimes contains transactions with no valid price. These transactions are included in the total number of transactions, but not in the price calculation. If, for an aggregate, there is one or more transactions whose price is not valid, the number of transactions for which prices are shown will be greater than the limit of 16 transactions referred to above, in accordance with the number of transactions whose price is not valid.

Total price

Given the relatively high number of transactions for which the price is missing (especially since STIPAD), we no longer publish the total price in the new optimised methodology.

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