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Banks approved almost 200,000 mortgages in first half of 2016

Banks approved almost 200,000 mortgages in first half of 2016
Published: 1 week ago

Slovaks continue to invest in housing as the number of approved mortgages has increased each month since the beginning of the year. While at the end of July 2015 banks had signed 186,519 mortgage agreements, in the same period of 2016 they recorded a year-on-year increase to 198,229 agreements, the TASR newswire reported.

Eurovea owner reveals plans for extension of shopping centre

Eurovea owner reveals plans for extension of shopping centre
Published: 2 weeks ago

After four years of waiting, construction on the second part of the Eurovea Shopping Centre on the Danube riverside in Bratislava is around the corner. Since early 2016, real estate companies have mentioned Eurovea II in the plans for up and coming shopping centres and recently, the owner of the centre Peter Korbačka, talked with the European retail real estate magazine, Across, about the details, the Reality.etrend.sk website reported.

Bratislava real estate ahead of other Slovak regions

Bratislava real estate ahead of other Slovak regions
Published: 3 weeks ago

The dynamics of the real estate market in Bratislava and the surrounding areas are ahead of the rest of Slovakia, probably by about three to four years, with a rental health index (IRZ) difference of 0.3 points between regions, according to the analysis of the National Association of Real Estate Agencies of Slovakia (NARKS).

Zaha Hadid project got first permission

Zaha Hadid project got first permission
Published: 1 month ago

One of the most ambitious building projects, in Slovakia, a block of flats at Čulenova Street in Bratislava designed by the famous architectural studio of Zaha Hadid, obtained its first zoning decision.

Construction of City Park may revive in 2017

Construction of City Park may revive in 2017
Published: 1 month ago

The new shopping centre project in Nitra a skeleton of which has awaited completion for almost a decade will not involve hotel and office premises.



Shopping centre developer plans to refit Trnavské mýto underpass

Shopping centre developer plans to refit Trnavské mýto underpass
Published: 3 days ago, Compiled by Spectator staff

Developing company Immocap which built the Central shopping centre has revealed plans for reconstruction of the Trnavské mýto underpass neighbouring the centre. While there is interest in a long-term lease, the plan is based on renovation of premises from functional and architectural aspects, increasing safety and also the visit rate, the Reality.etrend.sk reported.

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