In the main Montenegrin resort registered the highest prices for apartments in new buildings. In 2013, home buyers in Budva on average paid € 1995 for "square".
Statistical Office of Montenegro reports that in 2013, the buildings in the country rose by an average 3.2% over the previous year. The increase in prices was due, inter alia, with the rising cost of construction work, reports portal Balkans.com.
Budva, which was the most expensive city in Montenegro cost of new buildings to attract Russian investors. One of the Russian companies planning to build a water park near Budva, and another - invests in the reconstruction of the marina in the resort of € 45 million