More countries and are seeing residential property price rises year on year than at any time in the last decade but the average rate of growth is slowing significantly, the latest global index shows.
The struggling UK sales market has propelled the nation ten places down the global house price index list, Knight Frank has revealed, and has been overtaken by a list of countries unknown previously for their perky housing markets.
Municipality on the Danube will have horticulture economy. EON, Hungary’s KESZ, Germany’s FAKT are project partners.
Budapest’s luxury housing stock has increased in quantity and quality in recent years, said Chris Clarke, a founder of the real estate agency Clarke & White, and is “becoming on par” with that of other European cities.
Hungary's construction sector output fell by an annual 14.9 percent in December after a revised 14.7 percent decline in November, the Central Statistics Office (KSH) said on Monday.
The level of investment into European commercial real estate continues to grow with €62 billion invested in the third quarter of 2015, up 18% on the same period in 2014.
France experienced the most noteworthy increase with investment activity of over €7 billion, almost double that of the same quarter in 2014, according to figures from CBRE.
Tours and travel firm Cox & Kings owned Meininger Hotels will open a hotel in Budapest, Hungary by spring of 2018.
Farmland in Europe: Prices and players from east to west
Commercial property investment activity in Europe reached its highest level since 2007, totalling €102.5 billion in the first half of 2015, the latest market analysis report shows.
The investment volume across the 16 participating countries was 25% up on the same period last year, according to the European Investment Briefing report from international real estate advisor Savills.
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