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Category: Trends & Statistics

The Latest News From The Swiss Real Estate Market
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The Latest News From The Swiss Real Estate Market

According to recent statements based on statistics, the Swiss government has made tangible progress in lowering residential property prices. Housing prices are falling for the ninth consecutive quarter. Although, it should be noted that during the 4th quarter, there was a slight increase in prices for houses and apartments. Reputable sources say that prices jumped...

Which World Cities Have The Highest Real Estate Prices?
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Which World Cities Have The Highest Real Estate Prices?

Recently, research data published by the international company LeadingRE has been published. This organization has 565 real estate brokerage companies in 70 countries. Based on this information, the world-famous world giant Forbes identified several cities in which housing prices are rising and have every reason to further increase. Six cities in the world where property...

What is Happening on the Real Estate Market in the Netherlands?
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What is Happening on the Real Estate Market in the Netherlands?

According to the latest data, housing prices in Holland have noticeably slowed down, they are not growing at the same rate as before. This is directly related to the decline in demand, combined with an acute shortage of housing. During 2019, up to the 3rd quarter, the average purchase price of all houses increased by...

Strengthening Of The Real Estate Market of Greece
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Strengthening Of The Real Estate Market of Greece

The growth in demand for real estate has increased and creates new conditions not only because of interest from foreign investors, but also thanks to local buyers. A study conducted by the IOBE group for the last quarter of 2018 showed that 0.8 % of the country’s population said they would consider buying residential real...

A New Leader in Real Estate Rental Prices Appears in Germany
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A New Leader in Real Estate Rental Prices Appears in Germany

Munich held the title of the most expensive city to rent out in Germany for 20 years. But, now, the situation in the real estate market has changed. Stuttgart bypassed the capital of Bavaria. In Stuttgart, the average net rent (excluding additional costs such as heating and insurance) reaches €10,41 per square meter, according to...