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Real estate business is weaker in summer

Real estate business is weaker in summer
Published: 1 week ago

The summer months, from the point of the real estate market, are characteristic of a receding interest in selling, purchasing or renting real estate. This year’s season, however, did not bring any significant drop in trading, the National Association of Real Estate Agencies (NARKS) said.

Bencont sells 85 percent of flats within Tujetoin project

Bencont sells 85 percent of flats within Tujetoin project
Published: 2 weeks ago

Thirty-eight of 48 flats built within the Tujetoin project carried out by Bencont Development in Bratislava’s Dúbravka borough have already been sold. The major construction of the first phase of the project was finished in early June, with the final inspection being scheduled for May 2016.

Slovakia reports record construction in logistic space

Slovakia reports record construction in logistic space
Published: 3 weeks ago

Slovakia posted a record high construction of new logistic spaces with a total area of about 96,128 square metres in the second quarter of the year. As much as 58 percent of them are pre-leased, with the remainder being speculative construction.

The office market lacked new spaces in Q2

The office market lacked new spaces in Q2
Published: 1 month ago

NO NEW office space appeared on the market in Bratislava in the second quarter of this year. On the other hand, there are several projects currently under construction, which indicates a positive trend and an optimistic outlook of developers, the real estate consulting company CBRE informed.

Slovaks change their dwelling rarely

Slovaks change their dwelling rarely
Published: 1 month ago

Most Slovaks discuss the question of changing the place they live not more than once or twice in their life. This happens especially when they leave their parents and start a family, according to a survey carried out by the Agency for Social Analyses for the Prvá Stavebná Sporiteľňa construction-saving company on 1,200 respondents aged 18-65.