The median price of a house and an apartment has generally increased in Brussels, Brussels notaries analyzed on Wednesday.
Last year, the median price of a House (which represents around 37% of residential real estate in the region) amounted to 440,000 euros in Brussels, up 7.3% compared to 2019, against 250,000 euros for the whole country (+4.2 %). In absolute value, this price change over one year reached 30,000 euros. The rise in median prices also concerns apartments : + 8.7% to 242,500 euros, a little more than the national average (+ 8.5%).
A Uccle, the price of houses increased by 20.5% between 2019 and 2020 to reach a median price of 446,000 euros. For apartments, this change was 5%, for a median price of 250,000 euros.
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The median price of a house is lowest in the north and north-west of the Brussels-Capital Region, with the exception of Laeken, while the cheapest houses are located in the west, especially in the municipalities of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean and Anderlecht. The most expensive municipalities in the region are Uccle, Etterbeek and Ixelles. The range is between 302,500 euros in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean and 632,500 euros in Uccle. For apartments, the municipality of Anderlecht has the lowest median price (186,000 euros), while it reaches 331,300 euros in Ixelles.