Wednesday, 17 October 2018
National | Real Estate | Radio Prague

Estate agents have noted increased interest in renting cottages and ski chalets, and not just in the high season but year-round, according to a survey by state news agency ČTK.

Prague | Real Estate | Radio Prague

The price of flats in Prague continues to rise. According to data made public by a group of real estate agencies the average price of flats in Prague rose by 24 percent year-on-year, reaching 94,000 crowns per square meter at the end of the second quarter. As compared to the first quarter in 2018 this is a rise of 6.2 percent.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

Days are numbered for the Transgas building on Vinohradská Street in Prague 2, just behind the National Museum. The new owner has applied for a demolition permit, and the complex of three connected buildings and a fountain could come down as early as the middle of August.

Life | Real Estate | Prague TV

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Business | Real Estate | Brno Daily

The city of Brno will invest in the construction of new residential developments to address the ongoing rise in house prices.

Finance | Real Estate | Prague TV

Mortgage numbers rose in June after a slump in May and reached the highest volume so far this year. The average interest rate decreased by two-hundredths of a percentage point, reaching 2.49 percent, according to the Fincentrum Hypoindex.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

The large hole on Prague's Wenceslas Square can finally be used for the construction of a new building. A valid building permit has been issued to developer Flow East for the corner of Wenceslas Square and Opletalova Street. Main construction on planned mixed-use Flower House should be finished by the fall of next year, and it should be fully ready by the start of 2020.

Prague | Real Estate | Prague TV

Buying a flat is getting out of reach of many people in Prague. High prices plus new rules by the Czech National Bank (ČNB) mean many people will have a hard time getting a mortgage. A person with an average monthly wage in Prague would have to put aside their gross monthly income for almost 15 years to buy a flat at the average prices, according to weekly Ekonom.