The activity of tenants, landlords and investors is increasing in the Hungarian real estate market. The development process is popping up in almost every segment. All of that is supported by buoyant economic development, inflowing EU funds, a low interest rate environment and growing investor appetite. So, everything is given for the further dynamic development of the sector. Accordingly, expectations remain optimistic. In July of 2019, the GKI real estate indices for Budapest and Hungary stood at 13 and 9 points respectively. Both indexes changed within the error of margin compared to the previous (April 2019) survey. The Budapest index increased by 7 points, the national index rose by 3 points on an annual basis. The capital index is on its historical peak, the national index is not much less than its historical peak.