Study: how much new flat prices have risen in Ukraine

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13:30, 06.03.2023

Prices of new flats in the capital have risen by more than 30 per cent since the start of the full-scale invasion.

This is stated in the results of a study by the M4U company, as reported by the EP.

According to this study, the average cost per square meter in new buildings in Kiev is now 61,200 UAH. This is 36.1% more than it was before Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

Experts say that the prices rose most actively in summer: from June to September the average price per square meter increased by 26.7%.

The rise in housing prices is also facilitated by the fact that more than 70% of construction sites in Kiev, Lviv and Odessa continue to work.

The number of new buildings in Lviv and Lviv region in active construction and sales is now the same as it was before the Russian invasion - 218, this figure changed insignificantly during the year. The average price per square meter for the year went up by 82.7% to 45.7 thousand UAH.

In Odessa and the oblast, the price of a square metre in new buildings went up by 48.4% on average over the year. At the same time, if before the war there were 180 active construction sites in the city, now there are only 131 (72.8%). However, since November, their number has been gradually increasing.

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