Such data published company Skanska Reality. It is reported portal Prague Daily Monitor.
Related article: Spanish economy hampered empty houses and "dead" mortgagesSales growth was driven by increased customer loyalty , low interest rates on mortgages and the market entry of a large number of new low-cost apartments , said Nadezhda Ptakova specialist Skanska Reality.
At the end of 2013 realtors put up for sale 6,708 new apartments, of which 2711 were under construction , and 1978 - in the pre- construction phase .
For comparison , at the end of 2011 the real estate market in Prague was for sale 8190 new apartments.
The average price of a new apartment in Prague increased by 2% on an annualized basis .