Sales on secondary real estate market in Slovenia beat records

Housing prices in Slovenia are falling, while the number of transactions on the secondary market is growing: a record number of units have been sold in the 3rd quarter of 2015 – 2078 objects.

Moreover, if the whole country there is a fall in prices - on the secondary market, as well as on the primary market, but in the capital, Ljubljana, prices are rising - by 9.5% from 2014. The greatest demand is observed for apartments (new buildings and secondary market), homes are demanded less frequently, preferring townhouses and adjacent homes.

At the same time the fall in prices in the rest of the country was 1.8%.

According to experts, the market in 2015 finally came to life after a serious fall and the number of transactions will grow further. Improving the economic situation in the country and the efforts of the banking support of real estate transactions have contributed a lot to this trend.

A demand for commercial real estate became stronger - this segment is again interesting for investors. Also there is a growing demand for apartments on the coast of the country, especially in new buildings - in the secondary market prices continue to stay uncompetitive.

Based on materials of nedvizhimost-slovenia.ru

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