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"Balkans Property Forum" was held in Belgrade: SERBIA’S REAL ESTATE MARKET EXPECTS GROWTH IN 2023

The real estate market in Southeast Europe continues to grow regardless of the impact of inflation, the war in Ukraine and the energy crisis.

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International Conference of the Real Estate Market of Southeast Europe - Balkans Property Forum // Belgrade, November 17th

The 4th International Conference of the Real Estate Market of Southeast Europe "Balkans Property Forum 2022" will be held on November 17th at the Hilton Belgrade hotel. More than 150 attendees will gather to discuss key issues and explore the latest trends affecting the future of the real estate industry, with a particular focus on topics such as the impact of inflation and the growing importance of environmental, social and governance compliance.

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Russian buyers caused a new earthquake in the real estate market in Belgrade

Not long after the war started in Ukraine, Russian citizens began to come to Belgrade en masse.

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In three years, the average square meter in a new building in Belgrade has risen in price by almost 700 euros

The average square meter of an apartment in a new building in Belgrade is almost 700 euros more expensive than in 2019

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An expert explained what is behind the strong rise in real estate prices in Serbia

Real estate prices in Serbia have risen a lot in the last year, so the price of a square meter on the outskirts of Belgrade now reaches up to 1,300 euros, while the prices of new buildings in the city center go up to 3,500 euros per square meter, the president of the Management Board of "Real Estate Cluster" told Tanjug today. Nenad Djordjevic.

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A businessman bought a floor in Kula Belgrade for 15 million euros

Businessman Sveta Todorović, who has a business empire in Munich and Belgrade, bought an entire floor in Belgrade on the water in Kula Beograd.

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The sale of apartments in Serbia has slowed down

The multi-year enormous growth in real estate prices seems to be stopping, at least judging by large markets, such as Germany or the USA, where, in addition to declining traffic, prices are also falling.

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"Real estate prices will not fall"

Despite the expected increase in interest on loans this year, the market will not stagnate and real estate prices will fall in Serbia, said Nenad Ðorđević, the president of the Management Board of the Real Estate Cluster, today.

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