Housing prices in Slovenia soar amid supply constraints

Ljubljana – Housing prices have risen rapidly since the market rebound in March with soaring demand underpinned by low interest rates and the availability of credit. The Surveying and Mapping Authority (GURS) says that price growth is not expected to taper off until the supply of new housing outstrips demand. Prices of residential property have risen sharply this year and by the third quarter they were up by 12.9% at the annual level, according to Statistics Office data. Prices of second-hand flats in multi-apartment buildings rose by around 8% in…

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