The average price per square meter in tourist destinations is over PLN 16,000. zloty. It’s more than in Warsaw. You have to pay the most per square meter in the Tatra poviat.
The Polish Economic Institute – based on data from Propertly.io – looked at the prices of apartments in tourist districts. It turns out that during the year these prices went up by 4.5 percent.
The data quoted by Wirtualna Polska show that while a year ago the average price per square meter of an apartment in five popular tourist districts was PLN 15.4 thousand. PLN, it is now 16.1 thousand. zloty. This is more than in Warsaw, where the average price is around PLN 15,500. PLN per square meter.
The most expensive in the Tatra Mountains
Most, almost 19 thousand. PLN you have to pay per square meter in the Tatra district. A lot, but still less than during the previous holiday season, when prices sometimes even exceeded PLN 21,000. zloty. Second place goes to Świnoujście (PLN 17.7 thousand per square meter), and the podium is taken by real estate in Kamień Poviat (PLN 16.3 thousand per square meter).
On average, PLN 2.8 million must be paid for a house with an area of approx. 250 square meters. In the Tatra Mountains, an average PLN 2.8 million must be paid. That’s about 600 thousand. PLN more than in the capital and over a million zlotys more than in Świnoujście and the Karkonosze Mountains, which took second and third place.
Over the last year, prices have increased the fastest in the province. West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in Kamień Poviat – during the year with 11.4 thousand PLN to over 16 thousand zloty.
The portal points out that one of the reasons for the high prices of apartments is the Safe Credit 2 percent program introduced at the beginning of July. The program was supposed to solve the housing problem, but it generated another one, i.e. an increase in prices, in some cases reaching the maximum level provided for in the subsidy program.