Published at: 2017-12-07 15:57 | Author: Robert McLean
The pace of Bratislava’s residential market appears to be shifting. Until recently, prices had been rising constantly, with no end in sight, and developers could barely keep up with demand. But this appears to have begun shifting since the second half of the year, though it’s perhaps unclear what the precise cause might be. But in speaking with the city’s mo...
“The speed of growth is not so high as it was last year, that’s important for us,” says Vladimir Lakatos of Tatra Bank. “It’s slowing down. I think this will continue.” He says that not only is there already a good deal of supply on the market, but that non-core developers are entering the market, having realized that there’s money to be made. “Almost everything that’s built is bought, but I think the prices are now already quite high,” says Pavol Hajdu.

“You can’t keep going higher and high...

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