Europe’s hottest property markets: Where have house prices risen the most?

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House price trends across Europe have varied considerably since the 1990s. Data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows a very mixed picture, with property values in some countries soaring by nearly 180% compared to 1996. In others, prices have stagnated and even declined, at times. “A fundamental undersupply of housing to meet the needs of a growing and changing population across Europe has driven strong house price growth in many parts of the continent over the past decade,” Nick Whitten, EMEA Head of Living Research at JLL, told Euronews. Still, this is …

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