Analysis of residential property price developments
Updated 22 November 2017
Research and analysis
- Developments in residential property prices
- Second quarter of 2017 (November 2017) and last May release (includes longer-term developments)
- Boxes: Commercial property price indicators in Brazil and Iceland, Commercial property price indicators in Korea and in Poland (November 2016), Residential property price developments in the United Arab Emirates (November 2015), Long series on residential property prices for emerging market economies: Hong Kong, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, South Africa (February 2015), Residential property price developments in Latin American countries (November 2014), New country with residential property price data: India (August 2014)
- Residential property prices across the globe (article from the BIS Quarterly Review, September 2014)
- BIS Collection and publication of residential property prices (September 2014)
- Handbook on Residential Property Price Indices1
- In disseminating the residential property price statistics, the BIS and its member central banks are following up on Recommendation 19 in "The financial crisis and information gaps" -a joint IMF/FSB report prepared for G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors. Recommendation 19 advises the BIS and its member central banks to investigate how publicly available real estate price data are disseminated on its website. The initial joint report was published in October 2009, and progress reports have subsequently been published in May 2010, June 2011, September 2012, September 2013, September 2014, September 2015 and September 2016.
- Eurostat-IFC-IAOS conference on Residential Property Price Indices, Basel, Switzerland, 11-12 November 2009
- BIS-IMF conference on Real Estate Indicators and Financial Stability, Washington DC, 27-28 October 2003 (BIS Paper 21)
- European Central Bank: Experimental indicators of Commercial Property Prices; Monthly Bulletin, February 2014
For queries regarding property price statistics, please write to statistics$bis.org (where "$" denotes "@").
1 The Handbook on Residential Property Price Indices (HRPP) was completed in 2013. Its compilation was led by Eurostat under the auspices of the Inter-Secretariat Working Group on Price Statistics. The HRPP builds on years of work undertaken by a number of international organisations to identify the requirements for improved data on real estate prices from an economic, monetary and financial stability perspective.