Several public housing projects under way in capital as prices stay high
Ljubljana, 5 August - Led by Ljubljana, where the average price of a used flat rose by 40% to EUR 2,800 per square metre between 2014 and 2019, Slovenia has seen one of the fastest housing price growth rates in Europe in recent years. The Ljubljana Public Housing Fund is hoping to ease the pressure with some 240 new subsidised rental units in the coming two years.
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