Residential market in Poland Q1 2019

Polish residential market is still thriving. Even though the sales volume slightly decreased in the biggest cities, the demand is stable and outweighs the supply

May 06, 2019

Following a turbulent period due to issues with new supply, the primary residential market is slowly stabilising. Prices are rising, but not as rapidly as before. In the first quarter of this year, developers on the six major markets in Poland sold 16,500 new flats, repeating the result attained in Q4 2018. During this same period, a similar number, 16,800 units, were put up for sale. Poznań and Łódź are experiencing a late boom, as sales on these markets reached record highs in Q1 2019.

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