Housing prices in Poland continue to rise. The National Bank of Poland reported that in the third quarter of this year, the average transaction price of one square meter of a flat on the primary market in the seven cities with the most transactions recorded increased by 10.05 compared to the same period in 2020, to PLN 9,638. The most expensive market is Warsaw, and the cheapest apartment can be bought in Opole.
A year earlier, the average price per square meter of a flat in these agglomerations was PLN 8758.
Real estate. Increase in the average price per square meter
NBP data show that over the last quarter the average price of a square meter of a flat in these agglomerations increased by 3.3%. (the average price in the second quarter of this year was PLN 9,332).
The group of the seven largest cities consists of: Gdańsk, Gdynia, Kraków, Łódź, Poznań, Warsaw and Wrocław.
The central bank also informed that the average transaction price of a metro apartment for seven cities on the secondary market increased in the third quarter of this year, compared to the third quarter of 2020, by 7.3 percent. up to PLN 9107. The increase compared to the second quarter was 2.9%.
Housing prices in Poland. The most expensive in Warsaw, the cheapest in Opole
The NBP data shows that the most expensive market is Warsaw, and the cheapest apartment can be bought in Opole. While the average transaction price of a flat on the primary market in Warsaw in the third quarter of this year was PLN 10,992, in Opole – PLN 5,691.
The situation is similar on the secondary market. The most expensive is in Warsaw, where the transaction price per square meter in the third quarter was PLN 10,905, but the lowest price was recorded not in Opole, but in Zielona Góra – PLN 5,375 per square meter.
The NBP reports every quarter about average prices per square meter of a flat in 16 voivodship cities and in Gdynia.
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