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JoDi2019 3 points

House prices in Europe

Annual change Q3-2016 to Q3-2017

House prices, as measured by the House Price Index, rose by 4.1% in the euro area and by 4.6% in the EU in the third quarter of 2017 compared with the same quarter of the previous year. These figures come from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. Compared with the second quarter of 2017, house prices rose by 1.7% both in the euro area and in the EU in the third quarter of 2017.

source: Eurostat

More data available here: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/19/house-prices-europe/

Thodor2s 3 points

The % of disposable income that goes where? What's the negative about then?

JoDi2019 2 points

If your savings rate is negative, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t have any savings. It means you’re spending more than you earn, so you’re dipping into your savings or you’re borrowing to pay for purchases.

Thodor2s 7 points

Spending 50 more than what you earn is a pretty ubeliavable for a median value don't you think? See Bulgaria also, saving 50 of their income? It doesn't make any sense. This whole data set surely must stand for something completely different.

JoDi2019 1 point

You can check the links and the data from Eurostat and see if you can come up with a different explanation.

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drcanislupus 3 points

Hey JoDi do you know a source where I can find average house prices for European countries? Change in one year is interesting to see but I think it would be more interesting to see the actual values of the houses

JoDi2019 3 points

Hey drcanislupus, I don't have a reliable source for the average house prices. I found a publication from deloitte (2016), in which you can find some useful info.

https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/cz/Documents/survey/Property_Index_2016_EN.pdf

JoDi2019 1 point

House prices in Europe [4592x3196]

House prices in Europe Annual change Q3-2016 to Q3-2017 House prices, as measured by the House Price Index, rose by 4.1% in the euro area and by 4.6% in the EU in the third quarter of 2017 compared with the same quarter of the previous year. These figures come from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. Compared with the second quarter of 2017, house prices rose by 1.7% both in the euro area and in the EU in the third quarter of 2017.

source: Eurostat - database: prc_hpi_q

more data and tables available: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/19/house-prices-europe/

JoDi2019 1 point

House prices in Europe Annual change Q3-2016 to Q3-2017 House prices, as measured by the House Price Index, rose by 4.1% in the euro area and by 4.6% in the EU in the third quarter of 2017 compared with the same quarter of the previous year. These figures come from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union. Compared with the second quarter of 2017, house prices rose by 1.7% both in the euro area and in the EU in the third quarter of 2017.

source: Eurostat

more data and tables: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/19/house-prices-europe/

mihai_andrei_12 1 point

Isn't this a bit misleading? Why a percebt that said 'totally agree'? Why not a percent of those who said 'agree' and 'totally agree'? Seems to me that the difference between these 2 is mostly subjective and most information can be gained by lumping them together.

JoDi2019 1 point

These were the results the European Parliament has released.

JoDi2019 2 points

My voice counts in the EU (% of people who totally agreed)

source: European Parliament

more data: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/18/voice-counts-eu/

kikegarcia 3 points

So you can basically drive across the entire country of Cyprus, return and still have some money left

JoDi2019 1 point

Something like that.

JoDi2019 1 point

How far would anyone drive with €50 in European countries? (costs for fuel and road tax / tolls included)

sources: viamichelin.com | e-distance.com | globalpetrolprices.com

Note for Switzerland: For someone that would pass only once from that route and not a citizen which would pay that amount on a yearly basis. If the road tax in Switzerland is not taken into consideration then you would also drive a distance of 540-545 km.

You can find the data of this research along with tables and more info on the following link: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/17/far-drive-e50/

JoDi2019 1 point

Cost of living index (2018) [6460x3480]

source: Numbeo

more data: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/18/cost-living-index-2018/

bezzleford 3 points

Why is "Tokyo" just by itself?

JoDi2019 1 point

It should be Japan. Because the cost of living is stated according to the city on numbeo I have just written Tokyo instead of Japan.

maximhar 1 point

That's the second chart where Bulgaria is listed as having a 5 euro toll/road tax. We don't have such a thing.

JoDi2019 2 points

On the viamichelin.com website there is this 5 euro motorway roadtax which is included on the final list of costs and it has effect only for vehicles with foreign plates. And after searching a little bit more, I found that for a 7 day vignette a vehicle with foreign plates would pay about 8 euros (up to 3.5 t)

http://www.dalnicni-znamky.com/en/vignette-highway-toll-bulgaria.html

ajehals 1 point

I just checked what the average MPG is for the UK and it seems to be 37mpg so that's actually about right.. Although I'd be a bit peeved if I was only get that sort of mileage!

How are you breaking down the road tax though? That's an annual payment (based on emissions) so adding €12.94 seems high, if you are in the middle of the road tax band and paying £200/y and driving the 12.700km/y UK average each year, that'd be 1.57p/km or £5.65/€6.41, do you happen to have a better average for the road tax amounts?

JoDi2019 2 points

I got the price from the viamichelin.com site. If the road tax is not a standard amount then there is a miscalculation of 5-6 euros. That would add about 50km for the UK.

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JoDi2019 1 point

Change of real expenditure per capita (2007-2016) [4592x3196]

source: Eurostat

more data: https://jodi.graphics/2018/01/16/real-expenditure-2007-2016/

VoiceofTheMattress 1 point

You messed up Iceland, 2007 is 33600 and 2016 is 37200, up 11%. Norway, the column down is dow 6% like the map suggests, maybe you took the wrong line somehow?

JoDi2019 1 point

Iceland (2007) was 24,900 and (2016) was 22,900 according to the Eurostat's website.

Link: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-datasets/-/prc_ppp_ind

You have to choose: (Actual Individual Consumption) as the National Accounts Aggregate and "Real expenditure per capita (in PPS_EU28) in the National Accounts indicator.

SmokingFlesh 2 points

@ /u/JoDi2019 Love your work on putting out these charts to help visualize our european community in numbers.

JoDi2019 3 points

Thank you. I have also recently started a new sub reddit r/mapstats. Feel free to follow and comment

Senitz 2 points

Just subbed, maybe put up some requirements such as sources they are based on ?

JoDi2019 1 point

Thanks. I am quite new to reddit and try to figure things out regarding the moderation of subreddits. Any help will be useful.

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