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House prices and rents have soared in the EU since 2010. Will rising interest rates pull them back down?

House prices and the cost-of-living crisis. Image: Unsplash/Paul Kapischka

Simon Read

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A graph showing rising house prices and rents in the EU from 2010-2022.
The house prices in the EU has been rising faster than the cost of renting one since 2015. Image: Eurostat.

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House prices have more than doubled since 2010 in seven EU states. Image: Eurostat.

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