Property for sale: where do prices rise the most in the world?

  • 27 September, 22

House prices in Lisbon rose 10.9% in the second quarter of 2022 (yoy). And in Porto, houses were 12.9% more expensive, according to a study of Knight Frank.

The first European city to appear on this list is Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It comes in 8th position, registering a 29.5% increase in house prices. Close behind are the cities of Bratislava, Slovakia, and Reykjavik, Iceland, with increases of over 22%.

You have to go back to 44th position to find a Portuguese city: this is where Porto comes in, where houses were 12.9% more expensive in this period. Lisbon appears only in 60th place, registering an increase in house prices of 10.9%.

Among other European cities, Berlin stands out, where house prices rose 11.7%, Madrid (9.5%) Valencia (8.6%), Barcelona (6.1%), London (6.3% ) and Paris (2.9%).

Cre: idealista