Report: Rental prices in university cities grow

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Rental prices in Budapest and other university cities – such as Pécs, Debrecen and Szeged – have increased by 4-33%, while Győr saw a decrease in average rental fees, research by ingatlan.com published yesterday reveals.

In the majority of university cities, rental fees have been on the rise and are expected to rise further, the ingatlan.com announcement said.

In Budapest, in the 40-59 sqm category, average rental fees are around HUF 140,000 per month, as compared to last year’s HUF 126,000, while the 60-79 sqm category saw a rise of 4% to HUF 187,000.

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