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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

Estonian real estate sector in standstill

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

Overborrowing remains a dark cloud over Estonian real estate market

Tõnu Toompark- sales representative of FKSM real estate group- says that the real estate market is very sensitive to borrowing levels. In an interview to Ąripäev- Toompark said that he did not expect real estate prices to continue growing since

Estonian real estate market keeps growing, but problems remain: analyst

Tõnu Toompark, analyst of ERI Kinnisvara, writes in Äripäev that the Estonian real estate market is growing on housing loans.The volume of housing loans issued by banks in 2002 went up 71 percent in a year to 4.7 billion kroons.

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