Building price index (BPI) (output price index)
The Building Price Index illustrates price development for newly constructed dwellings, that is, the price an investor or final consumer pays for a construction project. The statistics include multi-dwelling buildings and collectively built one or two-dwelling buildings. A project with collectively built one or two-dwelling buildings can contain one or more one or two-dwelling buildings.
Construction cost index for buildings (CCI) (input price index)
The index measures changes in cost for production factors in housing construction, that is, materials of various types, equipment, salaries, transport, etc. The index does not take account of the market situation, but is based on measurements of a number of goods and salaries. Index figures are calculated for multi-dwelling buildings, collectively built one- or two-dwelling buildings and agricultural buildings in total and by major type of cost.