|Unit||Index 2006=100, NSA|
|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Building Permits||2020 Q4||1,256,467||1,454,929||M², NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Index||2020 Q4||136.1||133.6||Index 2006=100, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Index for Existing Homes||2020 Q4||128.08||126.46||Index 2015=100, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Index for New Homes||2020 Q4||103.26||103.16||Index 2015=100, NSA||Quarterly|
|Housing Starts||Dec 2020||1,548||2,528||#, SA||Monthly|
|Non-residential - Commercial & Retail - Vacancy||2020 Q4||622,800||852,400||m², NSA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential - Industrial - Vacancy||2020 Q4||1,864,700||1,973,800||m², NSA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential - Office - Vacancy||2020 Q4||1,788,500||1,826,000||m², NSA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential Building Permits||2020 Q4||75||107||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|Residential Building Completions||Dec 2020||2,514||3,716||#, SA||Monthly|
|Residential Building Permits||Dec 2020||1,765||2,038||#, SA||Monthly|
|Residential Housing Starts||2020 Q4||2,615||3,118||#, NSA||Quarterly|
For Denmark, count and average price of registered sales of residential properties, single-family and apartment, for the country and subnational areas.
The source writes:
For Denmark, the purpose of the statistics for sales of real property is to analyze number of sales and price trends for specified categories of real property. The statistics show developments in the number of sales as well as in prices distributed by categories of real property and geography. The current statistics only cover sales in ordinary free trade, intra-family sales and other sales. Ordinary free trade comprises sales between parties who are not members of the same family and sales, which are not considered as a partial gift.
The statistics are, among other things, used for monitoring short-term economic trends. Estate agents and other interested parties use the statistics to follow developments in the number of sales and prices for different types of real property within selected geographical areas.
Categories of transaction include ordinary free trade, intra-family sales and other sales. Ordinary free trade involves sales between parties who are not members of the same family, sales that are not considered as a partial gift and resale of a property acquired at an enforced auction sale by a holder of an unsatisfied mortgage. Intra-family sales include sales between parties and between persons, who are related or related by marriage, even if the sale does not include a gift. Other sales refer to sales that are not ordinary free trade and intra- family sales; for example, forced sales.
The estimated number of sales is the raised number of sales calculated on the basis of the pattern of the previous year when the sales forms were received by the Ministry of Taxation.
All sales, which meet the following conditions are included in the price calculation:
Price per property is calculated as an ordinary average of the sales included in the number of sales in the price calculation.
In connection with every transfer of real property the buyer (recipient of the deed of transfer) has to submit a duly filled in sales form to the municipality in which the real property is situated. The sales form has to be submitted to the municipal authorities, together with the deed, which must be endorsed with the taxable value of the property, before final registration can be completed. The municipal authorities pass on the sales forms to the Ministry of Taxation where the information is registered and checked. Statistics Denmark receives each quarter information about each transaction from Ministry of Taxation.
In 2009, reporting geos were reorganized to reflect the administrative reform (Strukturreformen) of 1 January 2007. Series (including national results) were back-calculated to 2006Q1.
Upon results for 2019Q1, production of quarterly figures has changed from raw data to monthly data.
For sales price of existing single-family houses, at all reported geo levels, we produce seasonally adjusted counterparts (from 1992).
For sales count of single-family houses, at subnational levels, we previously produced seasonally adjusted SA counterparts (1992 to 2006).
The statistics are currently revised. Final figures for a calendar year T are processed at the same time as the provisional figures for Q2 in year T+1, normally in the middle of November.
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