Statbel, the Belgian statistics office, is today publishing Belgian property figures for the first half of 2023, based on sales transactions registered with the FPS Finance.
The main results:
The median Belgian price for a closed or semi-closed house was €259,500. The price of an open house was 365,000 euros.
Compared with the same period last year, the number of houses sold fell by 23% and the number of flats by 16%.
The Walloon region is the least expensive, with a median price of 175,000 euros for closed or semi-closed houses and 285,000 euros for open houses.
The Brussels-Capital Region was the most expensive, with closed and semi-closed homes costing 480,000 euros.
The price of open houses was 902,500 euros.
The Flemish Region lies between the two. Closed and semi-closed homes cost €295,000, and open homes €405,000.
Flemish Brabant and Walloon Brabant are the most expensive provinces. The cheapest Flemish province is Limburg, and the cheapest Walloon province is Hainaut.
Sint-Martens-Latem is the most expensive municipality for houses. The cheapest houses are in Hastière.
The most expensive flats are in Knokke-Heist. The cheapest flats are in Charleroi.