The Slovenia Times

Housing Prices Up in Q2


The prices of new apartments and houses together were 1.2% higher on average than in the first three months of the year.

In the April-June period, new houses were 7.2% cheaper than in the first quarter and 14.5% cheaper year-on-year. A total of 50 new family houses were sold in the second quarter, which is the highest number since 2011.

On the other hand, new flats were 3.6% dearer on average compared to the first three months of the year and 2.9% dearer than in the second quarter of 2012. The prices were meanwhile gradually falling throughout 2012.

A total of 168 new flats were sold in the second quarter, which is slightly above average of the last year.

The prices of used houses and flats together were 0.6% higher than in the first quarter.

272 existing family homes were sold and they were 2.6% more expensive than in the previous quarter.

Existing flats were 0.2% cheaper on average in the second quarter. In Ljubljana, the prices fell for the fourth consecutive quarter, this time by 1.7%, while they were 0.7% higher elsewhere.

Although more exiting flats were sold in the second than in the first quarter, the number was below last year's quarterly average.


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