According to FPS Finance, apartments for rent in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre are the most expensive in the Brussels region, with an average rent of 1,023 euros. In Wallonia, Hulpe rents are the highest.
You can now get an idea of the average rents in the municipality (dwellings or apartments) thanks to the data provided for the first time by FPS Finance in its annual report to be published shortly. We have incorporated them into an interactive map in which you can discover the average price of a rent in your municipality, but also its evolution from 2014.
The tax administration has this information thanks to the rental records. This registration is mandatory in all three Regions and can be done through MyRent. In 2018, 272,000 leases were registered (compared with 262,000 in 2017).
The tax administration shared the average prices but did not he could not tell us volumes (the number of contracts recorded for each municipality), it is impossible to derive from the municipalities a regional or national conclusion on the evolution of the rents. In addition, the "extreme" developments observed in a municipality may be explained by a small number of transactions. So for the orphan's precautions.
More than 1,000 euros in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre …
As for prices per municipality, we can see without much surprise that municipal municipalities, which are expensive to buy, are also … municipalities that love to rent. This is how the highest rents in Brussels it's about it apartmentsin Woluwe: 1,023 euros in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre and 893 euros in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert. Uccle, Auderghem and Ixelles complete the top of 5. The cheapest apartments are in Anderlecht, with an average of 673 euros in 2018.
Concerning the housesTenants have to pay more than 1,800 euros to rent a home in Uccle, followed by Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, Watermael-Boitsfort, Forest and Etterbeek at the top 5.
… and Holpe
In Wallonia, are five Walloon Brabant communities that hold the top of the ranking. Thus, lessees pay an average of 1,042 euros for one apartment in La Hulpe, 884 euros in Waterloo, 863 in Lasne, 801 in Grez-Doiceau and 752 in Braine-Alleud. The houses the most expensive are also in "BW", with the palm of Waterloo, where homes are rented on average at more than 1,800 euros per month.