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The real estate market reflects the tighter conditions regulating mortgagesThe real estate market reflects the tighter conditions regulating mortgages
Published: Today 9:18 am

The average price of flats in all eight Slovak regional capitals increased over July. Nevertheless, the increase of a mere €8 per square metre, from €1,613 to €1,621 per square metre, is the lowest month-on-month increase over the last few months. Thus, the expectations of Vladimír Kubrický, analyst for Realitná únia, have been fulfilled after he predicted that, following the tightening of conditions for taking out mortgages introduced by the National Bank of Slovakia as of July 1, 2018, there would be a stabilisation of prices.

Retail and offices dominate commercial real estate market in SlovakiaRetail and offices dominate commercial real estate market in Slovakia
Published: 4 days ago

Investors invested almost €500 million into commercial real estate in Slovakia during the first half of 2018. This almost equals investments for the whole year of 2017, which amounted to €535 million, the data of the real estate consultancy company JLL indicates.

The biggest outlet centre in Slovakia is going bankruptThe biggest outlet centre in Slovakia is going bankrupt
Published: 2 weeks ago

One Fashion Outlet 1 near the village of Voderady, the biggest outlet centre in Slovakia, has filed for bankruptcy, the Trend weekly informed. The further fate is now in the hands of the courts.

Eurovea will grow in breadth as well as height Eurovea will grow in breadth as well as height
Published: 3 weeks ago

After withdrawing its application for an important investment statute for the Connected Bratislava package of projects, the developer J&T Real Estate (JTRE) is continuing to work on selected projects on the Danube River embankment. Instead of an extensive package of projects on both sides of the Danube, it is now focusing on the zone around Eurovea and Panorama City.

The share of rental apartments on the market decreases in SlovakiaThe share of rental apartments on the market decreases in Slovakia
Published: 1 month ago

While the share of the market held by rental apartments in the countries of the European Union is between 19 and 62 percent, in Slovakia it is only about 6 percent. This negatively affects labour force mobility and housing for young families and handicapped citizens, the Benchmarking Information Exchange Project has discovered. The Supreme Audit Office (NKÚ) in Slovakia participated in the project and focused on the comparison of support for rental housing between Slovakia and the Czech Republic and Austria where the share of rental apartments on the market is 21 percent and 42 percent, respectively.

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