Statbel, the Belgian statistical office, has published its complete annual data for 2021 housing prices for the country.
The Brussels-Capital Region was the most expensive region, with an average attached or semi-detached home costing €455,000 and a detached house ringing in at €1,150,000.
Within Brussels, there were differences by municipality. The top five most expensive municipalities when it comes to the median price of a home are Ixelles (€835,000), Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (€686,250), Uccle (€680,000), Woluwe-Saint-Lambert (€652,500) and Etterbeek (€645,500).
The five least expensive municipalities in Brussels by the same measure were Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (€300,000), Anderlecht (€325,000), Koekelberg (€339,000), Jette (€351,000) and Evere (€360,000).
The overall median price for a terraced or semi-detached house in Belgium amounted to €235,000, with a detached costing €337,000. In Wallonia, the median price of an attached or semi-detached house was just €165,000, and for detached homes €273,000.
In Flanders, the median price for a semi-detached house is €265,000. For a detached house, the median price is €370,000. The cheapest province in Flanders is Limburg; the most expensive is Flemish Brabant.
In Wallonia, the cheapest province is Hainaut and the most expensive is Walloon Brabant.
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The five most expensive municipalities in Wallonia according to the median price for a house are Lasne (€600,000), La Hulpe (€500,000), Waterloo (€488,000), Chaumont-Gistoux (€465,000) and Rixensart (€460,000).
The five least expensive municipalities in Wallonia by the same metric are Hastière (€86,500), Viroinval (€105,000), Froidchapelle (€105,500), Colfontaine (€110,000) and Quiévrain (€112,500).
The five most expensive municipalities in Flanders according to the median price for a house are Knokke-Heist (€777,500), Sint-Martens-Latem (€648,500), Kraainem (€581,601), Wezembeek-Oppem (€545,000) and Schilde (€530,500).
The five cheapest municipalities in Flanders by the same metric are Messines (€152,500), Vleteren (€163,000), Menin (€166,000), Ronse (€181,750) and Gingelom (€185,000).