Developers active in the six biggest residential markets in Poland – Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław, the Tri-city, Poznań and Łódź – sold a total of 15,100 apartments in the second quarter of this year, an 8% decrease q/q, according to the latest report by JLL. Despite the reduced demand, the market remains in balance as new supply was also smaller in the period in question and amounted to 14,900 units. As a result, the number of apartments on offer at the end of Q2 remained at roughly the same level as a quarter before, the JLL study said.

(Warsaw Business Journal)

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