Housing prices in Slovenia continue to rise

Higher mortgage interest rates appear to have done little to push down home prices. Although, as recent statistics show, there are signs of declining demand. House prices rose 1.9% in April-June compared to the first quarter of the year and by 7.4% compared to the same period in 2022

New real estate growth rose 3% in the second quarter after declining 8.4% in the first quarter. The growth was due to rising prices for new apartments. Prices for secondary real estate rose by 1.8%, as both used apartments and houses went up in price. Secondary apartments in Ljubljana turned out to be 2.8% more expensive.

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