Survey says 100,000 households plan to buy homes
About 100,000 Hungarian households say they will or may start the process of buying a home in the coming year, the highest level since the global economic crisis, a survey by economic research institute GKI and business association MGYOSZ shows, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
The percentage of households who said they were certain they would take steps to purchase a home in the next twelve months more than doubled from a year earlier, the survey showed. The percentage who said they would probably buy a home was up 36%.
GKI attributed the increases to the governmentʼs recently expanded home purchase subsidy scheme.
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