Budapest is a truly vibrant European city, famous for its excellent universities. In a previous post, you can read about why this city is so popular among foreign students. If you are going to continue your higher education in the Hungarian capital, finding the perfect accommodation for you will soon become urgent.Read more
A magnificient video by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer company shows how Budapest looked back in 1938, before all the destruction of WWII. What's more, the video was shot in Technicolor.
This month we would like to introduce a great rental opportunity - the Property of May is an ideal choice for those looking for a well-located, cozy home in the heart of Buda.
The rise in the Hungarian capital’s housing prices has reached a record level: according to the Global Residential Cities Index from Knight Frank, Budapest property prices rose 23% in 2018.
After five years of massive growth in the residential property market, it reaches a psychological limit of 1 million forints per square meter of more and more downtown apartments.Read more
According to the "Global Residential Cities Index - Q3 2018." report by Knight Frank, Budapest shows the highest 12-month residential property price growth in Europe.Read more
Budapest is a truly European capital, which besides attracting tourists with countless attractions, provides a livable environment for the people living here in the heart of the city.Read more
Budapest is not only the favorite choice of tourists in the region but the Hungarian capital is also the top pick among real estate investors. According to the latest data, in the Central-European region, Budapest provides the best value for money if you are thinking about buying an apartment in the city center.Read more
The property of November is an excellent choice with its uncommon layout for those looking for a unique home and the first-rate investment in one of Budapest's most beautiful neighborhoods.Read more
According to the most recent data of Central Statistical Office (KSH), the pace of price increases of residential properties in Budapest, Hungary was exhilarated again in 2018. As reported by KSH, in the first half of the year, 59 000 homes were sold in the country, it means a 7% rise compared to last year.Read more
Budapest welcomes the locals and the visitors with beautiful buildings and amazing sights, but sometimes, besides the great hustle and bustle, the proximity of nature is a welcomed gift.Read more
The property of October offers a great opportunity for people who dream of their new home in a beautiful and unique environment or looking for an excellent investment.Read more
In recent years, more and more investment properties popped in downtown Budapest to serve the needs of travelers who rather avoid hotels and opt for short term vacation rental apartments.Read more
According to the summer announcement, the government does not intend to extend the validity period of the 5% VAT on new residential properties which is in effect until December 31, 2019.Read more
The currently under construction Etele Mall (Etele Plaza) will be the third largest shopping and entertainment center in Hungary, located in Újbuda (Kelenföld) with its 55 000 m2, at the biggest intermodal transport node of Budapest.Read more
Budapest is a true capital with many famous sights attracting tourists. At the same time, there are places that only locals really know, but are real treasures such is the Károlyi Garden (Károlyi-kert) in the iconic district V. Despite its busy surroundings, its small size and the tall buildings around the park make it easy to miss.Read more
Over the last 3-5 years, the Hungarian real estate market has gone through tremendous changes. In 2013, there was a slow downturn in the pre-owned home market, followed by an accelerating rise in prices. This rise was moderated in 2017, but the real estate prices are still increasing.Read more
The property of September is unique in terms of location and neighborhood as well. The outstanding property offered for sale is located in Buda, in the popular district XI, also in one of the most frequented parts of the city, on St. Gellért Square.Read more