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Euro 2016: Turkey kicks other countries into touch on house prices

  • 02/06/2016
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With the European football championships around the corner, estate agent Knight Frank ran an analysis on the difference in house prices between the games in 2012 and now.

The estate agent produced a map to illustrate the change in prices, which shows that house prices in more than 74% of the countries competing in The Euros have risen in the last four years.

House prices in Turkey rose the most, up by 65.6% since 2012, followed by the Republic of Ireland where they were up 34.3% since 2012 and Iceland where they increased by 30.6%.

Prices fell in six of the 23 countries taking part in the championship and dropped the most significantly in the Ukraine, where they are down by 22.6% since 2012.

The host, France is favourite to win the competition but house prices are 6% lower there now than they were during the last championship. However, Knight Frank said the country’s poor performance had bottomed out with growth of 0.5% recorded in the last 12 months.

Here’s a guide to all the teams playing in the UEFA 2016 Championship with every team and player and the fixtures from kick off on the 10 June.


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