The Hungarian real estate’s future is a controversial topic. Some say a collapse is on the horizon, others foresee even higher prices. But what’s the truth?
Budapest has been a set of many movies and shows in the past few years. The American travel show of PBS channel is the next in line to show the beauties of the Hungarian capital.
She is not ashamed of her snapshots; she is proud, because each stop is a stage in the life of a girl – a woman. This is orkenyiadri, and this is her exhibition, ‘Flashes’, sponsored by BARNES.
A Spanish travel analytics firm has complied the ranking list of the top 10 destination cities in Europe by growth for the 2019 Christmas holiday period.
This is still a long and complicated procedure, but after a few years the real estate ownership right will be recorded immediately.
Here is the end of the 5% new residential property VAT. The question is how the change will affect the Hungarian housing market?
According to CNN, Budapest offers a cozy winter atmosphere with romantic architectural creations and delivers a scene reminiscent of a classic Christmas movie.
The change is only noticeable in the decrease of traffic so far. Real estate prices kept increasing through 2019 by a two-digit number, similar to the previous years.
The Budapest Christmas Fair and Winter Festival at Vörösmarty Square has been chosen as one of the best Christmas markets for 2020 by CNN.
The Main Playground and The House of the Hungarian Millennium have opened to families. There is nothing like this playground in Europe.
Outstandingly renovated properties aren’t just more beautiful than ever, they worth more as well. They are perfect for investments.
Visualization solutions have already separated from architecture. The finest visualizations of the best architectural firms are made by an international team in Budapest.
There are numerous reasons behind the high apartment prices, included the return of 27% VAT, the dramatic labor shortage and the Energy Efficiency Directive.
According to the latest, quarterly survey of GKI Economic Research Co., property prices might stop rising after a long time, and there won’t be a significant increase in the next 12 months. However, the office market is still going strong.
2019’s CEE Property Forum conference was held in Vienna. Representatives of student housing gave us some interesting speeches about this field, and its prosperous future in the region.
Increasing market share, rising number of nights spent, thousands of reservable accommodations – Airbnb in Budapest lives its golden age.
The average price/sqm is 885 thousands HUF in Budapest. It seems that the prices are stepping over the 1 Million HUF/sqm limit
Hotels, shopping malls, housing estates, office buildings, warehouses. Huge building developments in progress across the whole Budapest.
Hovering building, smart-paint, 16,000 plants on 15,000 sqm. The new campus of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest (MOME) is finally ready.
The Economist Intelligence Unit releases its annual Global Liveability index, measuring the most liveable cities in the world. Vienna kept the top spot for the second year in a row. Budapest was ranked as the most liveable Eastern European city.
The magnificent Great Market Hall at Fővám Square celebrates the 25th anniversary of its renovation. Th e unique and breathtaking style of the palace has become an iconic tourist attraction of Budapest.
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