Average apartment prices per square meter in Estonia rose over 23 percent on year to October. In Tallinn, prices grew over 6 percent over the same period.
Estonia outside Tallinn
Nationwide, average apartment prices per square meter rose 23.1 percent on year, to €940.1, and 3.1 percent on the preceding month.
The median price-per-square-meter for apartments outside Tallinn stood at €820.68, 49.5 percent higher than the previous year. Compared with September, the median price increased 16.8 percent.
Outside Tallinn, 1,249 apartment transactions took place in October, valuing €74 million, compared with 1,320 transactions costing €74.6 million in September and 1,217 transactions, costing €56.5 million, in October 2019.
Tallinn apartment prices grew 6.3 percent on year to October 2020, to €2,165.28.
This represents a 0.9 percent rise on the previous month, according to the Land Board (Maa-amet).
The median, as opposed to mean, price-per-square meter of apartments in Tallinn meanwhile rose 6.9 percent on year to €2,105.41, with a 1.8 percent rise on the previous month.
A total of 923 apartment transactions worth €107 million took place in Tallinn in October, compared with 847 transactions worth €102.2 million euros in September.
In October 2019, 906 transactions worth €106.8 million were concluded in the capital.
Land Board figures can be subject to change after data is adjusted.
Editor: Andrew Whyte