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Eurostat: Hungary, Latvia and Bulgaria are on leading positions in growth of housing prices.
European statistical service Eurostat has published the latest update on the dynamics of housing prices in Europe in the third quarter of 2016 compared with the same period of 2015.
The study shows that in the Eurozone, the cost of housing increased by 3.4% and EU by 4.3%. The leaders on growth for residential property are:
Hungary (+11,6%);
Latvia (+10,8%);
Bulgaria (+8,8%).
Meanwhile the decrease was observed in Cyprus (-3,3%) and in Italy (-0,9%).

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