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News Erste expects CEE residential markets to cool down
11
Aug
2022

Erste expects CEE residential markets to cool down

by Property Forum
The fears of a recession are likely to cool down the red-hot real estate market in CEE countries, Erste specialists expect. According to them, this will be influenced mainly by surging inflation, the cost of credit and cooling down of the borrowing, and shrinking of the disposable household income which will also worsen the borrowing appetite in the coming periods. There is a change in the respondent’s behaviour too. Whereas respondents from Poland, Hungary and Croatia are open to buying or building a house, Czechs, Slovaks and Slovenians are less inclined to do so, say Erste experts in their recent special report.
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News Česká spořitelna to build cheaper rental housing in Czech cities
21
Jun
2022

Česká spořitelna to build cheaper rental housing in Czech cities

by Property Forum
Czech bank Česká spořitelna is initiating the construction of more affordable rental housing in Czech towns with a population of over 10,000. The bank plans to launch the first trio of projects with 250 flats in cooperation with three town halls this year or in early 2023. Rental housing in such projects should be at least one-fifth cheaper, E15 reported on the bank's new plans today.  
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News Slovakia's housing completions fall in Q1 2022
10
Jun
2022

Slovakia's housing completions fall in Q1 2022

by Property Forum
The number of completed flats in Slovakia has fallen year-on-year in the first quarter of 2022.  Construction around Bratislava has also been on a downward trend for several quarters. However, three Slovak regions report the opposite trend with a dynamic increase in the number of completed apartments. The recovery can be observed in the number of flats under construction, according to data from the Statistical Office of Slovakia, reality.trend.sk reports.
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News Residential prices in Slovakia see record growth in Q1 2022
31
May
2022

Residential prices in Slovakia see record growth in Q1 2022

by Property Forum
Actual sales prices of real estate in the Slovak Republic reached high growth at the beginning of the year, mainly due to rising sales prices of new houses and flats, the Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic announced.
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News Czechs are warming up to cooperative housing
27
May
2022

Czechs are warming up to cooperative housing

by Property Forum
Czechs are still afraid of cooperative housing. It is the preferred form of ownership for only 3% of those who plan to buy a flat or house, while 13% do not even consider it when buying a property. However, due to the rise in mortgage rates and property prices, cooperative housing is more affordable and thus 22% of respondents have recently improved their opinion on it, according to a survey by Komerční banka and Modrá pyramida, a building society.
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News Average price of older Czech flats exceeds CZK 90,000 per sqm
09
May
2022

Average price of older Czech flats exceeds CZK 90,000 per sqm

by Property Forum
The average price of an older apartment in the Czech Republic exceeded CZK 90,000 per sqm for the first time in Q1 2022, according to a study by the real estate group European Housing Services (EHS). In Prague, an older apartment costs more than 120,000 per sqm and in Brno, it is over 90,000. Rents have returned to prices before the coronavirus crisis, the Czech News Agency quotes the EHS report.
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News Czech gov't to fund housing program for refugees
15
Apr
2022

Czech gov't to fund housing program for refugees

by Property Forum
The Czech government plans to introduce subsidy programs that could significantly help fund housing for refugees. In addition to funding from the state budget, money from the National Recovery Plan is also being considered. The use of the money depends on the approval of all EU-27 countries, Czech daily E15.cz reports.
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News New co-owner to join large mixed-use project in Budapest
14
Apr
2022

New co-owner to join large mixed-use project in Budapest

by Property Forum
Private equity fund Főnix wants to take control of a financial investment firm that manages the construction of several hundred homes and office towers within the BudaPart mixed-use project in Budapest.
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News Heimstaden to invest CZK 2.5 billion in Czech assets
18
Feb
2022

Heimstaden to invest CZK 2.5 billion in Czech assets

by Property Forum
Heimstaden continues to invest in its portfolio in the Czech Republic. This year it will spend almost two and a half billion crowns on thermal insulation, new projects and repairs, the company announced.
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News Czech Republic registers EU’s strongest house price growth in Q3 2021
14
Jan
2022

Czech Republic registers EU’s strongest house price growth in Q3 2021

by Property Forum
In Q3 2021, the Czech Republic registered the strongest house price growth within the EU, both in a year-on-year (22%) and a quarter-on-quarter (7.3%) comparison, well above the EU average of 9.2% and 3.1%, respectively, according to Eurostat’s House price index.
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New leases

  • InPost has opened a second logistics centre in Łódź. Ultimately, almost 300 people will find work in the 8,500 sqm facility. InPost's logistics centre, located in the vicinity of the A1 Central Logistics Hub motorway, occupies 7.5 thousand sqm of warehouse space and 1 thousand sqm of office space.
  • Domax, a manufacturer of wood screws and connectors, has leased a 5,800 sqm warehouse at Mapletree Park Gdańsk Airport. The logistics centre is located close to roads S6, S7 and the A1 motorway.
  • Five more companies have joined Okam's existing tenants in Warsaw's Żerań, including theMedicus.pl shop and the Fresh Group advertising agency, which will occupy a total area of around 1,500 sqm in the complex.

New appointments

  • Agnieszka Boroń has joined Equilis Poland to take up the post of Development Director. She has worked in the construction and development industry for over 20 years, specialising in residential project management. Prior to joining Equilis Poland, she was programme director at Nexity. Prior to that, she worked in managerial positions at Dom Development.
  • Agnieszka Baczyńska took up the position of Head of Leasing - Retail in CPIPG. She is responsible for the commercialization of retail facilities from the CPIPG portfolio. Baczyńska also manages the leasing of office space on the buildings owned by CPIPG.
  • Ferenc Gondi has been appointed to a new post as Country Head for CTP Hungary. He's been part of CTP's activity for over 5 years.


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