In the period between January and March of the current year, the prices on Ukraine’s primary segment of residential property rose by 5.3% against the same period a year earlier. Also, prices on the secondary segment of the real estate market exhibited a 4.3% growth, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine has informed, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
It should be noted that the statistics are provided excluding the information the results observed in the temporarily occupied area of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the city of Sevastopol and particular areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
According to the institution, one-bedroom apartments demonstrated the strongest price increase – they became on average 7.2% more expensive. Prices on two bedroom apartments rose by 4.7%. When it comes to three bedroom apartments, prices on this category of real estate grew by 2.1% within the aforementioned period.
On the other hand, prices on one-bedroom second-hand apartments went up by 5.9%, those on two-bedroom properties added 2%, whereas two-bedroom units became 4.6% more expensive on average.
The State Statistics Service of Ukraine reported earlier that in 2017, prices on newly commissioned apartments went up by 4.7% against the 2016 figure. Similarly, secondary real estate became 4.5% more expensive.