The Hungarian real estate market undoubtedly is in its golden age. Both the home and the business markets are behind fertile years and the prospects are also favourable. In April of 2019, the GKI real estate indices for Budapest and Hungary stood at 12 and 9 points respectively. The national index decreased by 1 point, the Budapest index rose by 3 points compared to the previous (January 2019) survey.
In January of 2019, the GKI real estate indices for Budapest and Hungary stood at 9 and 11 points respectively. Budapest index decreased by almost 2, the national index rose by 3 points compared to the previous (October 2018) survey. Both indices went up 11 points compared to the survey made one year earlier. The national index reached its historical peak, the capital index is not much less than its historical peak. General optimism lasts longer. There are ‘no clouds on the sky’ of the Hungarian real estate market.
In October, the GKI real estate indices for Budapest and Hungary stood at 11 and 7 points respectively. Budapest index rose by 5, the national index rose by 4 points compared to the previous survey. The capital index went up 11 points, the other one rose by 7 points, compared to the survey made one year earlier.
The GKI real estate index rose to 4 points in July 2018, while the Budapest index stood at 5 points. The index has increased by nearly 2 points and the Budapest index has gone up by 3 points, compared to the previous survey conducted in April. Both indices have increased by 4 points, compared to one year earlier and reached their historical peaks indicating that real estate market players have never been so optimistic during earlier surveys.
Outlooks on the residential and construction site markets became more favourable compared to the previous survey a quarter ago. The improvement was particularly significant in Budapest agglomeration. There was no meaningful change in non-Budapest market, these expectations still reflects some kind of optimism.