Key Highlights

  • Global Property Guide provides home values based on rental yields, taxes and investment properties in 70+ countries
  • Solid information for investors, vacation home owners and ex-patriots
  • Where property increased values most over 1, 5 and 10years

People are traveling and moving these days. Lana Bortolot with the US State Department indicated that the number of US passports issued during the fiscal year 2019 spiked some 47% compared with 2014. Bortolot estimated that nine million US ex-patriots currently live overseas and that some 20, 690,000+ passports were issued in 2019.

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The Global Property Guide just released home value information for some +70 countries. That home value information spans increases over one, five and ten year time frames.

Here are the top fifteen countries that have experienced the most home value growth over one, five and ten year periods:

Top 15 Countries with Highest One-Year Home Value Increases

  1. Poland +11%
  2. Croatia +11%
  3. Germany +11%
  4. Puerto Rico +11%
  5. Slovakia +10%
  6. Luxembourg +10%
  7. Chile +9%
  8. Czech Republic +9%
  9. Mexico +8%
  10. Russia +8%
  11. Greece +8%
  12. Portugal +8%
  13. Austria +8%
  14. New Zealand +7%
  15. Netherlands +7%

Top 15 Countries with Highest Five-Year Home Value Increases

  1. Sri Lanka +66%
  2. China +62%
  3. Turkey +62%
  4. Malta +60%
  5. Iceland +58%
  6. Germany +46%
  7. Netherlands +46%
  8. India +46%
  9. Czech Republic +45%
  10. Columbia +45%
  11. Chile +44%
  12. Hong Kong +43%
  13. Ireland +42%
  14. New Zealand +42%
  15. Romania +39%

Top 15 Countries with Highest Ten-Year Home Value Increases

  1. Hong Kong +193%
  2. Brazil +152%
  3. Peru +137%
  4. Chile +133%
  5. Estonia +130%
  6. Columbia +129%
  7. Malaysia +107%
  8. Iceland +105%
  9. Austria +99%
  10. Israel +84%
  11. Malta +78%
  12. Canada +74%
  13. Germany +74%
  14. Luxembourg +71%
  15. New Zealand +71%

It goes without saying that these increases in global home values are NOT predictive.

Thanks to the New York Times’ Michael Kolomatsky and the Global Property Guide for source data.

Also read: Low Inventory Continues Fueling Higher Home Prices, Inman’s Guide to 2020, 2025, 2030 and Beyond – Part I, Go South for Best New Investment Properties