Biggest annual hike in housing prices in decade in Q4

Ljubljana, 23 March - Housing prices in Slovenia increased at the fastest annual pace in a decade in the last quarter of 2017, soaring 10% compared to the last three months of 2016. Compared to June-September, prices of housing increased by 3.7%, shows the latest data from the Statistics Office, released on Friday.

The Celovški Dvori housing complex in Ljubljana, near which four new blocks of flats will be built by Slovak investor Corwin.
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