7 September 2022
The European Mortgage Federation (EMF) is pleased to announce the publication of the 2022 edition of Hypostat, the EMF-ECBC’s annual statistical publication encompassing data on recent developments in housing and mortgage markets in Europe and beyond.
The 2022 edition (covering data until end 2021) presents data and analyses for the 27 Member States of the European Union, as well as data from 13 additional countries (Australia, Canada, Brazil, Iceland, Japan, Norway, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States).
Besides the country specific data, key facts reported in Hypostat 2022 include:
Hypostat 2022 is the result of a collaborative effort by EMF national delegations and external experts. The EMF Secretariat wishes to express its gratitude to all contributors for their time and effort in making this report the flagship publication of the European mortgage and housing industries.
The underlying statistical database is available in Excel format on request (by sending an email to email@example.com).
Commenting on Hypostat 2022, Luca Bertalot, EMF-ECBC Secretary General, stated:
“The EMF-ECBC firmly believes that access to housing represents a crucial social catalyst which enables families and citizens to build a future of opportunities, something which is intrinsically linked to the values and sustainable ambitions rooted in the NextGenerationEU Project. At a time of great change, the horizon is dotted with a series of new challenges and opportunities linked to sustainability, energy independence, energy prices, purchasing power, interest rates, asset & liabilities management, and a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape. The EMF-ECBC stands ready, as always, to act as the global forum guiding the market towards sustainable solution.”