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Tallinn Real Estate Market Report First Quarter 2011

Tallinn Property and Goodson & Red are pleased to announce that our latest Tallinn Property and Rental Market Quarterly Review is ready. Covering all developments in the first quarter of 2011, as always the review contains an in-depth look at the

Residential Real Estate Offers In Estonia Showing An Increase

Real estate portal KV.ee’s index of property prices in Estonia seems to be on a horizontal plane at the moment, according to Tõnu Toompark’s Adaur blog. The Index currently stands at 61.9 points, 1.7 per cent lower than this time

Euribor Increase To 1.25%: Effects On Estonian Property Market 2 kommentaari

The European Central Bank (ECB)’s decision to raise the Euribor index of lending rates to 1.25% on Thursday last (7th April) perhaps comes as no surprise, and it seems likely that further rises are due for the course of 2011.

Personal Bank Deposits In Estonia Seven Times Greater Than Loans

Deposits in Estonian banks have been steadily increasing, so writes Tõnu Toompark on his blog, adaur.ee. Estonian data for February shows a total value of bank deposits of just under 10.5 billion Euros, of which 5.9 billion is held in

Construction Insider: Tallinn Property Market Suffering From An Offers “Drought”

Astlanda OÜ board member Kajar Kruus has provided an interesting perspective on the current situation in the real estate market in Tallinn, the indicators and reasons behind its seeming upturn as well as shedding some light on the realities behind

Statistics: Estonian Economy Only 16 Per Cent Below Boom Years Peak

After two years of deep recession, further evidence of a return to the earlier days of economic growth, when using GDP per capita as an indicator, has been provided by Tõnu Toompark’s real estate blog. Tõnu writes that the downturn

Tallinn Property Price Index Unchanged

As recently posted on this blog, there was a recent blip upwards  in the otherwise generally stagnant level of property prices in Tallinn, at least according to real estate portal kv.ee‘s index of prices. It seems that things have reverted

Tallinn Property Price Rise – Temporary But Advantageous?

According to real estate portal kv.ee, residential offer prices in Estonia, following a plateau where prices remained static, have seen a sudden increase, as reported on Tõnu Toompark’s blog. Kv.ee‘s own index of real estate prices shows a level of

Saaremaa Real Estate Transactions Most Active In 2010

Here at Tallinn Property we tend to focus on the real estate market in the capital. After all that is where our name derives from! Nevertheless, just to show we don’t completely overlook the rest of the country, we are

2010 Saw A Total Of 41,608 Real Estate Deals In Estonia

The land registry in Estonia  has reported that 2010 saw some 41 608 real estate deals for the whole of Estonia, according to Tõnu Toompark’s blog. This figure was apparently roughly divided equally between land sales and apartment ownership sales. Worth

No Signs That Euro Adoption In Estonia Has Led To Surge In Property Prices – Yet

The recent adoption of the Euro in Estonia has not led to an immediate rise in residential real estate prices, according to Tõnu Toompark’s blog, adaur.ee (in Estonian). Citing real estate portal KV.ee’s own index for residential real estate prices,

Goodbye Kroon, Hello Euro – Practical Info On Estonia’s New Currency

The introduction of the Euro to Estonia on 1 January took place quite smoothly and with no major mishaps. Cash machines were closed from midday on 31 December, 2010 until the stroke of the new year 12 hours later, which

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