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11x5 -- Rent index (2015=100) and average rents per square meter, 2015-2021

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1/20/2022
Index (2015=100):
index point
Quarterly change (index 2015=100):
%
Annual change (index 2015=100):
%
Number:
number
Rents per square meter (eur/m2):
eur / m2
Number of observations, all tenancy agreements:
number
Rents per square meter for new tenancy agreements (eur/m2):
eur / m2
Number of observations, new tenancy agreements:
number
4/20/2022
5/9/2019
Rents of dwellings, Statistics Finland
002_11x5_2021
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Number of rooms

The number of rooms is the number of rooms in a dwelling. Kitchen is not counted as a room. Dwellings with at least three rooms belong to the category 3h+.

Type of funding

Categorizes an observation as a non subsidised or government subsidised apartment.

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Index (2015=100)

An index is a ratio describing the relative change in a variable (e.g. price, volume or value) compared to a certain base period [e.g. one year]. The index point figure for each point in time tells what percentage the given examined variable is of its respective value or volume at the base point in time. The mean of the index point figures for the base period is 100. The index calculation is based on monitoring the rents of the same dwellings over time. This takes into account the quality differences of the rental dwellings at different points in time.

Quarterly change (index 2015=100)

Quarterly change refers to the relative change in the index of the quarter compared with the index of the previous quarter. The change is usually expressed in percentages.

Annual change (index 2015=100)

Annual change is the relative change of the index in comparison with the corresponding time period one year ago (e.g. annual change of total index of consumer prices, i.e. inflation).

Number

Havaintojen lukumäärä vuokraindeksin laskennassa

Rents per square meter (eur/m2)

Rents per square metre are weighted geometric averages of square metre rents (eur/m²). The quality differences of different rental dwellings are not taken into account in average rents and they are thus not suitable for examining changes in rents.

Number of observations, all tenancy agreements

Havaintojen lukumäärä keskineliövuokrien laskennassa

Rents per square meter for new tenancy agreements (eur/m2)

Rents per square metre are weighted geometric averages of square metre rents (eur/m²). The quality differences of different rental dwellings are not taken into account in average rents and they are thus not suitable for examining changes in rents.

Number of observations, new tenancy agreements

Number of observations, new tenancy agreements