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Two-room apartments – most wanted in Plovdiv

Submitted on Wednesday, 17 December 2008No Comment

Two-room apartments in the centre and the elite district “Kurshiaka” were the most wanted estates in Plovdiv for 2008, shows the annual analysis of the international bureau Europolis.

Brokers note that despite the stagnation of the market that began in the middle of the summer because of the international financial crisis, almost all segments of the Bulgarian market grew by 15 – 20% compared to last year.

The average price of estates in Plovdiv grew by 15% in 2008, with a significant difference between apartments in disrepair and the ones in good condition. No matter the district, well-kept estates are sold for 1125 euro per square metre, and the estates in disrepair are sold for 850 euro per square metre.

“One-room apartments are sold for 957 euro per sq. m., two-room apartments – for 983 euro per sq. m., three-room apartments – for 1023 euro per sq. m.”, said from Europolis.

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