Secondary housing in Ukraine over the past year has risen by 4.5%.
In 2017, the apartments on the secondary market rose compared with the year 2016 by 4.5% and in the primary market by 4.7%. This was reported on the official website of the State statistics service.
It is noted that in the secondary market most for 2017 rose one – bedroom apartments-9.7%. Two-bedroom apartments increased in price by 3%, and three – bedroom 2.2%.
Apartments in the primary market last year has risen by 4.7% compared with the year 2016. Most in the 2017 rose two-bedroom apartments – 6%. One-bedroom apartments increased in price by 3.8%, and three – bedroom 3.1%.
All data are presented excluding the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sevastopol and part of the zone of the antiterrorist operation.
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