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Slovenian property market with a record year in 2021

By: P.T., STA

The Slovenian property market saw a record year in 2021 in terms of increase in prices and the number of transactions involving land for residential buildings, with the commercial property market also being revived.

The Surveying and Mapping Authority reported more than 37,000 transactions worth a total of EUR 2.9 billion. The number of transactions in apartments and houses increased by about 20% last year compared to 2020 and was higher than the figure for the pre-epidemic year 2019.

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