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House prices up 3.2 per cent
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2016-10-13T08:00:00.000Z
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The house price index measures development of the value of the housing stock. House prices increased by 3.2 per cent from the 2nd to the 3rd quarter of 2016, when adjusted for seasonal variations.

Price index for existing dwellingsQ3 2016

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House prices up 3.2 per cent

House prices increased by 3.2 per cent from the 2nd to the 3rd quarter of 2016, when adjusted for seasonal variations. Prices of flats in blocks had the highest growth by 4.6 per cent. In the same period, the prices of small houses and detached houses increased by 3.6 and 2.4 per cent respectively.

House price index. Change in per cent
Seasonally adjusted3rd quarter 2015 - 3rd quarter 2016
2nd quarter 2016 - 3rd quarter 2016
The whole country3.28.0
 
Oslo including Bærum6.217.9
Stavanger0.0-5.4
Bergen0.6-0.3
Trondheim3.47.4
 
Akershus excluding Bærum3.310.8
Sør-Østlandet3.08.3
Hedmark and Oppland4.58.9
Agder and Rogaland excluding Stavanger0.2-1.3
Vestlandet excluding Bergen5.75.7
Trøndelag exluding Trondheim1.14.8
Nord-Norge0.27.8

House prices in the regions Oslo and Bærum, and Western Norway excluding Bergen had the highest growth in the last quarter, with 6.2 and 5.7 per cent respectively. House prices in Stavanger are unchanged in the period.

Strongest price development in Oslo in the last year

From the 3rd quarter of 2015 to the 3rd quarter of 2016 the house prices in Norway increased on average by 8.0 per cent. The highest price increase was in Oslo and Bærum by 17.9 per cent. This is the strongest annual growth in the region since before the financial crisis in 2006/2007. The prices of flats in blocks and small houses in the capital area increased by 19.7 and 18.0 per cent respectively. Detached houses increased by 12.7 per cent.

Greatest decline in Stavanger last year

Stavanger is the region with the largest price decrease since the 3rd quarter of 2015, with an average fall of 5.4 per cent. Detached houses had the strongest decline by 7.3 per cent, while the decline for small houses and flat in blocks was 4.2 and 2.5 per cent respectively.

A total of 21 155 house sales were used in the index calculations for the 3rd quarter of 2016.