According to RGZ, on average, the new owner paid EUR 2,440 for the square of office space in the new building in Novi Sad, and EUR 2,050 in the old building. In the first half of the year, the buyer of an office building in the old building in Novi Sad paid the most money per square meter - as much as 6,451 euros. The buyer paid € 1,225 for the square of the garage in the old building in Novi Sad.
On the other hand, according to Dnevnik, in the first half of this year, the value of the real estate market was 1.8 billion euros, with new owners in Serbia having about 47,000 real estate properties. The total monetary value of the real estate market in the first six months of this year is 12 percent higher than in the same period last year, when it amounted to 1.6 billion euros.
Of the total real estate trading in the first six months, 27 percent take place in Belgrade and as much as 36 percent in Vojvodina. The most wanted are apartments - 47 percent, then agricultural land - 20 percent, while demand for homes is less than apartments and represents 13 percent of the market share.
In the first six months of this year, according to data obtained by Dnevnik from the Republic Geodetic Authority, the largest number of real estate purchases was registered in Vojvodina: close to 16,600 real estate purchases were registered in the real estate price register system. The number of sales was slightly reduced compared to the same period last year, when they were registered near 16,950.
The largest number of registered sales in Vojvodina relates to agricultural land - 24 percent, apartments - 22 percent and single-family homes - 21 percent. The total value of real estate purchase and sale in the Vojvodina market by the middle of this year was higher than EUR 457 million. The largest effect in the total money supply is housing - 40 percent - which is more than 183 million euros, and agricultural land - 16 percent, or 75 million euros.
Most of the money went to the real estate market in Novi Sad - 194 million euros, Subotica - 32, Stara Pazova - 26, Pancevo - 25, Zrenjanin - 17, Sombor - 13 million euros ...
Data obtained by Dnevnik show that in the first half of the year, the largest amount of money was given for the purchase of a 173-square-meter old building with a 15-square-meter garage in Novi Sad - the new owner paid 240,000 euros for it. The buyer paid 200,000 euros for the 133 square meter apartment in the old building in Novi Sad.