Homebuyers favor 40-60 sqm apartments in capital

Residential

Apartments with an area between 40 and 60 square meters were the most popular among homebuyers in the capital in the second quarter, state news wire MTI writes, citing a monthly report by listed real estate broker Duna House.

Apartments with an area of 40-60 sqm accounted for 32% of home sales on the Pest side of the capital and 38% in Buda.

Small flats, with an area between 20 and 40 sqm made up 26% of home sales on the Pest side during the period, but just 12% of sales in Buda.

Apartments with an area between 60 and 80 sqm accounted for 19% of homes sales in Pest and 26% in Buda in Q2.

Buyers paid over HUF 900,000 per square meter for one-third of transactions in Pest and 56% of deals in Buda during the period.

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