Real estate prices likely to rise
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According to recent data, the decline in rents has stopped, and the opening of the entire real estate market may bring stability, writes business daily Világgazdaság.
In connection with the alleviation of the pandemic, investors looking for short- and long-term assets have also reappeared in the capital.
The cost of new construction is rising, so not only will new homes become more expensive, but no significant price reduction is expected in the second-hand market.
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