Home sales in Poland are booming, said Aleksandra Galabuda, a consultant with REAS Residential Advisors in Warsaw.
In the country’s six main residential markets, including the tri-city area, the number of sales has been increasing by about 20 percent year over year since 2013, she said. That increase, agents said, can be attributed in part to low interest rates, declining unemployment and rising wages.
In Gdansk, an average of 2,000 homes were sold each quarter in the last 18 months, compared to 1,400 a quarter in 2015 and 1,200 in 2014, Ms. Galabuda said.
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