Recent data from Otodom Analytics revealed a significant milestone in Warsaw's real estate market: studio apartment prices on the secondary market surpassed PLN 20,000 per square meter for the first time. This marks a 3.4% increase from January and a staggering 32.4% surge compared to February 2023. Similar trends were observed in Kraków, Gdańsk, Wrocław, and Poznań, with prices soaring over 20% year-on-year.

The rise in micro-studios and micro-apartments is fueled by dwindling housing availability, as highlighted by the Housing Affordability Index. This scarcity, compounded by increased transaction costs and limited creditworthiness, leads many Poles to opt for smaller, more affordable accommodations. Despite the steep prices, demand remains robust, especially among singles, students, and couples, as these compact units offer affordability and convenience.


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