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18 billion kroons worth of real estate changed hands

The amount of real estate transactions totalled 18 billion kroons in 2009 which is about half of what it was in 2008 and four times less than what it was in 2006, says Tõnu Toompark who follows real estate statistics.

Real estate expert: foreclosed homes bought by speculators

Estonian real estate expert Tõnu Toompark writes in Pealinn that homes sold by people who have developed financial problems are often acquired by speculators. According to Toompark, most houses and apartments foreclosed by banks for loan defaults are not sold

Real estate market 2009: common sense

This year was a turning point on the Estonian real estate market. Those who survived 2009 on the real estate market got a very expensive lesson that highlighted the need for common sense, writes real estate analyst Tõnu Toompark. Negative

Estonians face a sharp increase in land tax

The ruling coalition has no option, but to start re-valuation of land that could double or triple land tax, writes Äripäev. The only hope is that since the idea of re-value the land is supported only by Social Democrats, but

Estonians face a sharp increase in land tax

The ruling coalition has no option, but to start re-valuation of land that could double or triple land tax, writes Äripäev. The only hope is that since the idea of re-value the land is supported only by Social Democrats, but

Toompark: people are uncertain about the future

In the press conference, organized on the case of KV.EE’s market review, Tõnu Toompark said that people aren’t buying real estate because the future is uncertain, aripaev.ee writes. “People aren’t mainly buying real estate for two reasons—firstly, they are very

Disorientation in global economy to postpone Estonian housing market recovery

KV.ee’s special housing market index KV (Real Estate) Index is constantly falling for the 33 week. The value of the index is 90.5 points what makes an annual 14 pct fall, real estate specialist Tõnu Toompark writes in his blog.

Disorientation in global economy to postpone Estonian housing market recovery

KV.ee’s special housing market index KV (Real Estate) Index is constantly falling for the 33 week. The value of the index is 90.5 points what makes an annual 14 pct fall, real estate specialist Tõnu Toompark writes in his blog.

Estonian construction volumes down 2.3 pct in Q2

The volumes of Estonian construction companies decreased 2.3 pct year on year in the second quarter, Tõnu Toompark, a real estate specialist writes in its blog. The total volume of construction works was EEK 14.7 billion. According to Toompark the

Buying a bureau wastes money

A year ago, it was written in newspapers that there is no point to pay expensive rent for a bureau since the prices of real estate were rising and buying real estate gave opportunity to earn money from investments. By

Websites claim massive debts from real estate agents

In recent months Estonia’s leading real estate online portals have closed hundreds of accounts of real estate agents because of debts. Real estate developer turns attention to state real estate auctions Tarvo Teslon, CEO of Diginet that runs the popular

Balticbusinessnews.com: Analyst: housing prices are melting in summer

Estonian real estate analyst Tõnu Toompark says that housing prices have fallen 12 percent this year. Toompark who rans KV.EE, a real estate portal that tracks real estate prices, estimates that housing prices have fallen 12 percent to the level

The Baltic Course: Real estate activity in Estonia was extraordinary in April 2008

In April 2008 there were 5,440 real estate transactions in Estonia carried out with the total value of five billion kroons, but in May 2008 the number of transactions fell back to the level of March and February, by a

Estonian real estate sector in standstill

The Estonian real estate sector is stagnating and property prices continue to fall, writes Ă„ripäev. According to Ă„ripäev’s real estate analysts, most predictions made by the paper in January have become a reality as the market has gone to a

Analysts disagree over the future of Estonian housing market

Real estate experts Tõnu Toompark and Marek Vikat disagree whether people looking for a home should buy today or postpone the purchase decision. Toompark told Äripäev that although housing prices are likely to keep falling for most of this year,

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