In Ukraine on the secondary market in January-June this year, the apartments become more expensive in comparison with the previous year by 9.5%, and in the primary market of 6.9%. This was reported in the state statistics.
In the state Statistics said that one-bedroom apartments on the secondary market has risen the most (by 12.9%).
Respectively 2-bedroom apartments grew in price by 9.8%, and 3-bedroom 6.4%.
As for the cost of housing in the primary market during the first half of this year, it rose by 6.9% in comparison with the same period last year.
The biggest increase in price observed in the 3-bedroom apartment — 7.6%, 1-bedroom apartments rose by 7.4%.
On Friday, July 24, the NBU set the official hryvnia exchange rate to the us dollar and the Euro.
The NBU reported that the sharp increase in wages may affect macroeconomic indicators and inflation in General. This was told by Deputy Chairman of the national Bank Dmitry Sologub.
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