Residential property prices in Slovenia continued to rise last year


But the number of transactions has decreased, especially in Ljubljana. Overall, prices increased by 11.3%, as evidenced by recent statistics. Resale property prices rose 12% last year, according to data published by the Statistics Office. Prices for apartments in new buildings increased by 5.7%, and for new family houses – by 2.4%. Sales of all types of houses amounted to 1.6 billion euros, in line with 2021 levels, although the number of transactions fell by about 10% to 12,509 units. Prices for secondary housing in Ljubljana remained unchanged for the first time after two years of stable quarter-on-quarter growth. In the capital, prices for existing apartments have increased by 85% since 2015, while in the rest of the country they have doubled.



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