Existing own homes; average purchase prices, region

Existing own homes; average purchase prices, region

Periods Regions Average purchase price (euro)
1995 Arnhem 80,240
2000 Arnhem 149,386
2005 Arnhem 188,779
2010 Arnhem 204,498
2015 Arnhem 199,528
2016 Arnhem 205,816
2017 Arnhem 221,424
2018 Arnhem 249,290
2019 Arnhem 260,635
2020 Arnhem 279,571
1995 Assen 75,013
2000 Assen 120,177
2005 Assen 168,939
2010 Assen 186,206
2015 Assen 183,838
2016 Assen 190,911
2017 Assen 199,135
2018 Assen 213,612
2019 Assen 228,658
2020 Assen 250,572
1995 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 74,053
2000 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 135,368
2005 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 195,514
2010 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 227,616
2015 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 231,302
2016 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 244,849
2017 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 266,672
2018 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 304,781
2019 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 324,838
2020 's-Gravenhage (municipality) 355,807
1995 Groningen (municipality) 62,635
2000 Groningen (municipality) 99,943
2005 Groningen (municipality) 164,280
2010 Groningen (municipality) 180,217
2015 Groningen (municipality) 177,441
2016 Groningen (municipality) 186,685
2017 Groningen (municipality) 206,996
2018 Groningen (municipality) 226,280
2019 Groningen (municipality) 258,873
2020 Groningen (municipality) 278,720
1995 Haarlem 83,039
2000 Haarlem 163,672
2005 Haarlem 227,984
2010 Haarlem 267,413
2015 Haarlem 268,197
2016 Haarlem 290,367
2017 Haarlem 324,843
2018 Haarlem 383,576
2019 Haarlem 417,583
2020 Haarlem 447,447
1995 's-Hertogenbosch 100,092
2000 's-Hertogenbosch 191,688
2005 's-Hertogenbosch 246,806
2010 's-Hertogenbosch 261,128
2015 's-Hertogenbosch 253,262
2016 's-Hertogenbosch 266,306
2017 's-Hertogenbosch 288,878
2018 's-Hertogenbosch 314,713
2019 's-Hertogenbosch 333,172
2020 's-Hertogenbosch 371,124
1995 Leeuwarden 56,599
2000 Leeuwarden 95,702
2005 Leeuwarden 143,596
2010 Leeuwarden 162,912
2015 Leeuwarden 157,690
2016 Leeuwarden 164,437
2017 Leeuwarden 177,737
2018 Leeuwarden 196,578
2019 Leeuwarden 215,883
2020 Leeuwarden 230,738
1995 Lelystad 80,373
2000 Lelystad 131,274
2005 Lelystad 174,333
2010 Lelystad 193,575
2015 Lelystad 179,997
2016 Lelystad 187,695
2017 Lelystad 196,170
2018 Lelystad 230,010
2019 Lelystad 242,923
2020 Lelystad 273,122
1995 Maastricht 96,899
2000 Maastricht 162,594
2005 Maastricht 210,951
2010 Maastricht 222,775
2015 Maastricht 221,578
2016 Maastricht 223,194
2017 Maastricht 240,627
2018 Maastricht 269,823
2019 Maastricht 283,456
2020 Maastricht 316,733
1995 Middelburg (Z.) 88,136
2000 Middelburg (Z.) 123,880
2005 Middelburg (Z.) 214,129
2010 Middelburg (Z.) 206,310
2015 Middelburg (Z.) 193,782
2016 Middelburg (Z.) 213,342
2017 Middelburg (Z.) 232,814
2018 Middelburg (Z.) 228,579
2019 Middelburg (Z.) 257,953
2020 Middelburg (Z.) 271,151
1995 Utrecht (municipality) 85,568
2000 Utrecht (municipality) 165,717
2005 Utrecht (municipality) 219,305
2010 Utrecht (municipality) 252,064
2015 Utrecht (municipality) 245,900
2016 Utrecht (municipality) 267,618
2017 Utrecht (municipality) 307,737
2018 Utrecht (municipality) 344,018
2019 Utrecht (municipality) 379,770
2020 Utrecht (municipality) 405,791
1995 Zwolle 84,813
2000 Zwolle 155,551
2005 Zwolle 206,170
2010 Zwolle 223,622
2015 Zwolle 218,349
2016 Zwolle 228,479
2017 Zwolle 245,803
2018 Zwolle 279,684
2019 Zwolle 293,098
2020 Zwolle 315,874
Source: Statistics Netherlands, Kadaster
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Table description


This table shows the average purchase price that has been paid in the reporting period for existing own homes purchased by a private individual. The average purchase price of existing own homes may differ from the price index of existing own homes. The average purchase price is no indicator for price developments of owner-occupied residential property. The average purchase price reflects the average price of dwellings sold in a particular period. The fact that de dwellings sold differs from one period to another is not taken into account. The following instance explains which problems are entailed by the continually changing of the quality of the dwellings sold. Suppose in February of a particular year mainly big houses with extensive gardens beautifully situated alongside canals are sold, whereas in March many small terraced houses are sold. In that case the average purchase price in February will be higher than in March but this does not mean that house prices are increased. See note 3 for a link to the article 'Why the average purchase price is not an indicator'.

Data available from: 1995

Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are immediately definitive. The calculation of these figures is based on the number of notary transactions that are registered every month by the Dutch Land Registry Office (Kadaster). A revision of the figures is exceptional and occurs specifically if an error significantly exceeds the acceptable statistical margins. The average purchasing prices of existing owner-occupied sold homes can be calculated by Kadaster at a later date. These figures are usually the same as the publication on Statline, but in some periods they differ. Kadaster calculates the average purchasing prices based on the most recent data. These may have changed since the first publication. Statistics Netherlands uses figures from the first publication in accordance with the revision policy described above.

Changes as of 22 march 2021:
The figures of 2020 are added to the table.

When will new figures be published?
New figures are published approximately one to three months after the period under review.

Description topics

Average purchase price
The average purchase price shows the mean value paid in the period under review for dwellings sold to a private person and intended for permanent residence by a private person. These figures don’t show the price development of existing own homes. For that purpose, you can use the price index of existing own homes. The average purchase price reflects the average price of dwellings sold in a particular period. The fact that de dwellings sold differs from one period to another is not taken into account. The following instance explains which problems are entailed by the continually changing of the quality of the dwellings sold. Suppose in February of a particular year mainly big houses with extensive gardens beautifully situated alongside canals are sold, whereas in March many small terraced houses are sold. In that case the average purchase price in February will be higher than in March but this does not mean that house prices are increased.