Poland is preparing for increased demand in the property market

23.12.2010 09:28
After stabilizing the market of residential and commercial real estate of the country in the past year, analysts provide optimistic, though restrained forecasts for 2011.

In the sector of residential real estate by the end of 2010 was recorded very little growth. Experts attribute this to the fact that prices for residential space is too high for potential buyers, and credit is difficult to obtain. The greatest demand for residential real estate market enjoyed the cheapest Resellers, writes Warsaw Business Journal.

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According to specialists Home Broker in 2011, demand will increase demand, especially for two-bedroom apartments. Apartments in expensive areas will become less popular among buyers.

Demand for office rent for 2010 reached a peak in 2008. During the first three quarters this year demand was Class A office In this case, experts say the agency Kancelaria Brochocki Nieruchomo?ci, leases are for long term.

As for storage space, then, according to research firm Colliers International, is currently on the market is still a large number of vacant premises. Analysts say that the greatest demand is for storage, built to suit individual customer needs. Also in 2010, slightly increased the demand for warehouse space and from foreign buyers. In 2011, analysts expect a deficit in this market segment due to the fact that in 2008-2009, were practically no new construction.

Demand for retail space has led to the fact that developers in the past year began building twice the number of premises for shops than in 2009. According to experts of Colliers, in 2011 demand will grow at a stable price increases for space in shopping malls.
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