|Type of rental||Periods||Rent increase including renovation (%)||Renovation effect (Percentage point)||Rent increase including hamonisation (%)||Harmonisation effect (Percentage point)||Rent increase excluding harmonisation (%)||Share of harmonisation of dwellings (%)|
|Social landlords; regulated||2022||2.6||0.0||2.6||0.4||2.2||5.4|
|Other landlords; regulated||2022||2.9||0.1||2.8||0.4||2.4||6.3|
This table includes figures on the effects of rent harmonisation and renovation on the average rent increase. A distinction is made here between rental of dwellings by social and other landlords and liberalised rental.
Data available from: 2015.
Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are definitive.
Changes as of 2 September 2022:
The figures of 2022 have been published.
When will new figures be published?
New figures will become available in September 2023.
- Rent increase including renovation
- Rent increase including renovation and harmonisation.
- Renovation effect
- Effect of dwelling renovations on the rent increase.
- Rent increase including hamonisation
- Rent increase including harmonisation and excluding renovation.
- Harmonisation effect
- Effect of rent harmonisation on the rent increase.
- Rent increase excluding harmonisation
- Rent increase excluding harmonisation and renovation.
- Share of harmonised dwellings as percentages of all dwellings selected from the type of rental.