Q3 apartment sales down 19% y/y – Reas

Developers sold a total of approximately 14,200 apartments in the six biggest residential markets in Poland – Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław, the Tri-city, Poznań and Łódź – in the third quarter of 2018, which marks a 9% decrease on Q2 and a 19% decrease upon the same period last year, according to Reas. G...

Archicom revises 2018 apartment sales forecast

Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer Archicom expects its 2018 apartment sales to reach a similar level to that achieved last year when the company offloaded 1,431 housing units. Earlier this year, Archicom revealed that it wanted its apartment sales to grow by some 15 percent y/y in 2018. However...

Locked content 15,600 apartments sold in Q2 – REAS

In Q2 15,400 apartments were added to the offer in  Poland’s top six markets (Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław, the Tri-City, Poznań and Łódź), 11.7 percent less y/y. The number of sold apartments amounted to 15,600, 11 percent less versus a year ago, REAS stated in the report. The offer size at the end of t...

Ronson launches sales in new Poznań project

Warsaw Stock Exchange-listed developer Ronson Development has launched pre-sales of apartments in its planned Grunwald² residential project in Poznań. On offer are 133 housing units that will be built in the first of the scheme. The entire development, which will be located in the Marcelin area of t...

Locked content Developers sell 5,973 units in Q1 2018, record 11.5% growth y/y

Fifteen WSE-listed developers (including Victoria Dom listed on Catalyst) sold a total of 5,973 apartments in Q1 2018, 11.5 percent more than in the corresponding period of last year, according to the companies’ market filings. Robyg sold the highest number of units (914, which was 2.5 percent fewer...

Apartment sales grow 10.3% in Q3

Sales of apartments by residential developers listed on the WSE grew 10.3 percent in Q3 of 2016, from 4,110 to 4,533 units. The top three developers in this category each sold over 700 apartments.

Robust sales of apartments in August in major markets

Over 4,500 apartments were sold in Poland by developers in August this year. These sales took place primarily in eight markets: Katowice, Kraków, Łódź, Poznan, Szczecin, the Tri-City, Warsaw and Wrocław. In the same month last year, developers found takers for less than 3,900 units. This is accordin...