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Real estate prices in Vas County up 10% in H1

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According to Duna House, real estate prices in Vas County increased by 10% in the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2020, and the value of dwellings has more than doubled in the last 10 years writes profitline.hu.

Nearly 65% of the transactions carried out between January and June 2021 took place in Szombathely (215 km southwest of Budapest), and those interested can also find homes on offer that are well over HUF 100 million.

According to the latest data from the Duna House Barometer, the average cost per square meter of so-called panel homes sold in July decreased by 2.5% in the eastern part of the country, while in the west, it increased by 20% compared to the same period last year.

In Vas County, the average price per square meter of panels is currently HUF 343,000, while for brick flats, this amount is HUF 390,000 on average. In Szombathely, on average, a house could be bought for more than HUF 30 mln, but a potential buyer could find a suitable property in the surrounding settlements for less than HUF 20 mln.

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