|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|House Price Index for Existing Homes||2020 Q3||119.58||116.5||Index 2015=100, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Index for New Homes||2020 Q3||119.05||118.26||Index 2015=100, NSA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential Building Permits||Sep 2020||634||483||#, NSA||Monthly|
|Residential Building Permits||Sep 2020||2,330||2,434||#, NSA||Monthly|
|Building Permits||2019||36,431,877||38,099,165||Square metres||Annual|
|House Price Index||2018||5,082||4,885||Index 1953=100||Annual|
|House Price Value||2018 Q2||3,765,660,706||3,760,987,975||EUR, NSA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential Housing Starts||Dec 2015||3||4||#, NSA||Monthly|
|Residential Housing Starts||Dec 2015||1,596||1,794||#, NSA||Monthly|
Sales of residential real estate in Belgium: transactions and prices, by type of structure. Quarterly from 1973.
Measurements are euros or square meters.
The statistics of the real prices are based on all real transactions on which fees registration had to be paid. The data come from the Land register of the SPF Finances.
House prices are broken into 10-, 90-, 25-, 50- and 75-percentiles. All house prices are first classified from lowest to highest. The 25% percentile is the price at which 25% of properties are the same or less expensive and 75% of properties are as expensive or more expensive. The same logic applies to the other percentiles
Ownership and structure types
Following a major change in the treatment process, there is a break in the data between 2004 and 2005.
There was a change in reported structure types, with the new classification reported from 2010.