Discussion – Apartments are becoming more expensive, land even more. New numbers

The rise in real estate prices in the Czech Republic is not slowing down. On the contrary: prices are rising even more sharply than before. Land prices rose the most – by more than a fifth in the last year. This is shown by the data of the HB Index, based on estimates of market prices of real estate, which clients of Hypoteční banka bought through a mortgage loan.

23. 11. 2021 12:50 | ghjghj

if you mean that the mistake is that there are a couple of protected pairs of centers (prague, brno …) at the expense of others, which leads to overpressure of people in these places, then I completely agree with you. ct is a demoted centralized state.

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23. 11. 2021 12:47 | ghjghj

I think that demographics must also start to show. The strong post-war year is now 75 years old. Husak’s children have mostly bought. And now, on the contrary, very weak years are coming – I’m trying to say that I don’t know much for whom it should be built.

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23. 11. 2021 8:53

under communism everything was better. Thank you

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23. 11. 2021 8:17 | depression

So an alcoholic who has to get drunk because he’s a StB informant and studying VUML in the evenings, your role model? : D

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23. 11. 2021 8:04 | Tomas Marny

Quote / 22.11.2021 19:21

flats have to be built both under socialism and how well we were more expensive is that the discount is good for the expensive Czech

So some were definitely fine under socialism. I knew one comrade of the head of the department (chairman of the ZO KSČ at the workplace), who had 2 heads of departments under him. His all-day work was reading Red Law and consuming six beers in a nearby restaurant.

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23. 11. 2021 8:00 | depression

Quote – Igor / 23.11.2021 07:22

The politics of the Czech Republic are to blame for everything. Evidence: A Czech with an average salary living in Prague does not earn a living for his life.

So they did not live in Prague. Or do you think that a Frenchman with an average salary can have his own apartment in Paris? : D

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23. 11. 2021 7:22 | Igor

The politics of the Czech Republic are to blame for everything. Evidence: A Czech with an average salary living in Prague does not earn a living for his life.

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22. 11. 2021 22:47

I haven’t paid for the apartment yet and will you nationalize it for me?

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22. 11. 2021 22:35

It’s artificially expelled after all, and realtors don’t write that prices won’t rise anymore, no one would rush into the purchase, the higher the price, the more they sell are like vultures.

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22. 11. 2021 21:31 | Ludek

I do not agree with any of this comment. I have half a hectare of building land (non-screened) in the wider center of the village in the STC region where the zoning plan is approved and will be able to expand in the near future. And I am no exception in the village. I assume it was just a recreational turn from you …

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22. 11. 2021 19:33

flats have to be built state-owned certainty cheaper private houses are ketas thieves only state-owned in general

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22. 11. 2021 19:29

Discounts and responsibility entrepreneurs thieves must understand are here for us otherwise everything is nationalized it will come time question

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22. 11. 2021 19:25

70 percent of people live in the Czech Republic

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22. 11. 2021 19:21

flats have to be built both under socialism and how well we were more expensive is that the discount is good for the expensive Czech

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22. 11. 2021 17:41 | Miri

We can only agree with that. The price is also raised by foreign companies, which are growing and investing in the offered real estate.

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22. 11. 2021 14:26 | Thomas

Nice … And it’ll be worse until nothing is done with the ground plans. Getting a plot today is a superhuman task.

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22. 11. 2021 13:26 | Matěj

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22. 11. 2021 13:14 | MARTIN

I’d be fine, data for 3Q. they say something else.

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