Owner-occupied housing price index
Owner-Occupied Housing Price Index (OOHPI)
The Owner-Occupied Housing Price Index (OOHPI) measures the changes in the transaction prices of dwellings new to the household sector as well as prices of goods and services that households acquire in their role as owner-occupiers.
The OOHPI is a price index covering new dwellings, existing dwellings that are new to the household sector, other services related to the acquisitions of dwellings, major repairs and maintenance, insurance connected with the dwelling and other services associated with ownership of dwellings.
The House Price Index (HPI)
The House Price Index (HPI) is a quarterly indicator that measures the changes in the dwellings transaction prices that households acquire on the market.
The HPI covers all transactions of dwellings made by households regardless of its final use.
This index covers not only the transactions that are new to the household sector (purchased from legal entity, municipality, government), but also all that are traded between households. Prices include land value.