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Árpád road 142.

4th district, Budapest
Condominum of 76 units

Vörösmarty Garden

7th district, Budapest
Condominium of 68 units

Erkel House

8th district, Budapest
Condominium of 272 units


11th district, Budapest
Condominium of 63 units

White Castle

11th district, Budapest
Condominium of 110 units


13th district, Budapest
Condominium of 362 units

News of economy and real estate market

Output of Hungary’s construction sector rose by an annual 30.7% in November, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said. The increase came from a low base.
Hungarians are increasingly choosing to rent their homes rather than buy them. This is leading to changes on the real estate market as investors buy more homes to let out, according to a report on online news portal
Whereas a large majority of Hungarians still aspire to buy their own housing, more people who are moving to where there’s a job are opting to rent, the daily Népszava said.
Property prices will continue to grow in Hungary this year, but at a slower pace, according to real estate site Meanwhile, the government has indicated that a preferential VAT rate for home construction is not likely to be adopted before summer this year.
Output of Hungary’s construction sector rose by an annual 38.1 percent in October, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Friday. Output of the building segment grew by 27.3 percent during the period.