Hungary home sales climb over 68,000 in H1

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The number of homes sold in the first half of the year saw nearly a 50% rise in year-on-year terms, with more than 68,000 homes being sold, data compiled by Hungarian real estate broker Duna House revealed today.

Sales for the full year could reach 150,000, due to the effects of seasonality – second-half sales always exceed first-half ones – and the launch of expanded home subsidies, Duna House said. Nearly all of the H1 sales were resales, rather than new homes, the company added.

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