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Uus Maa: Estonian Real Estate Market review September 2019

Uus Maa

2096 sales-purchase transactions of apartment ownerships were concluded in September. Even though according to common logic September seems to be a rather quieter month, as it is associated with the end of summer holidays and the beginning of school, the

Baltic Horizon Fund declared approx. EUR 3.06 million cash distribution to investors

Baltic Horizon Fund

Northern Horizon Capital AS as the management company of Baltic Horizon Fund (the Fund) has approved a cash distribution of approx. 2.29% of the Fund’s Q3 2019 weighted average net asset value to its unitholders. This equals to approx. EUR 3.06

Baltic Horizon Fund: “North Star” Business Centre acquisition in Vilnius

Baltic Horizon Fund closed the acquisition of the “North Star” Business Centre from UAB “Prosperus Strategic RE Fund”. The purchase price is EUR 20.7 million, which corresponds to an estimated entry yield of approximately 7.3%. North Star is located on

Swedbank: Inflation decelerated in September

Swedbank

• Inflation has remained relatively modest despite a rapid growth in wages. • Inflation is forecast at 2.4% this year and at 2.3% in 2020. Inflation slowed from 2.4% in August to 2.2% in September. Goods were 1.4% and services

Uus Maa: Estonian Real Estate Market Review, August 2019

Uus Maa

Regardless of holiday waves and the warm August, the real estate market was operating at top speed. According to the final figures, 2,087 sales-purchase transactions of apartment ownerships were concluded in August, which was the second best result of this

Swedbank: The curious case of household consumption in the Baltic countries

Swedbank

The curious case of household consumption in the Baltic countries Lithuanians consume a lot more than Estonians and Latvians, despite higher wages in Estonia Differences in prices, remittances, saving rates, and, especially, unofficial income may explain this gap But material

Swedbank: Baltic Housing Affordability Index – September 2019

Swedbank

In Q2 2019, the housing affordability index (HAI) increased in Vilnius, but decreased slightly in Tallinn and Riga In Tallinn, the HAI decreased by 4.6 points to 151.5 in the second quarter of 2019, compared with the second quarter of

Swedbank: Inflation has decelerated this year

Swedbank

In June, inflation reached 2.4%, over the year. Goods were 1.8% and services 3.5% more expensive. Almost half of the increase in prices resulted from higher prices of food and housing. The prices of fresh vegetables have surged due to

Uus Maa: Market Review May 2019

Uus Maa

After the surge in March and April, the first hot days of May brought along a larger leap in the transaction activity. The larger numbers were not based only on the Harju County but the increase was rather broad. 2,138

Swedbank: Baltic Housing Affordability Index Q1 2019

Swedbank

In Q1 2019, the housing affordability index (HAI) increased in Vilnius, stayed unchanged in Tallinn, but decreased in Riga In Tallinn, the HAI stayed almost unchanged (-0.1 point) at 151.9 in the first quarter of 2019, compared with the first

Trigon Property Development: 2018. aasta auditeeritud majandusaasta aruanne ja korralise üldkoosoleku kokkukutsumise teade

Trigon Property Development

30.04.2019 Tallinnas AS Trigon Property Development juhatus koostas 2018. aasta majandusaasta aruande koos kahjumi katmise ettepanekuga. Ettevõtte müügitulu ning kasuminäitajad võrreldes 25. veebruaril 2019 avaldatud esialgsete tulemustega ei muutunud. AS Trigon Property Development 2018. aasta auditeeritud majandusaasta aruanne on kättesaadav

Uus Maa: Market Review March 2019

Uus Maa

Estonia The figures of the 1st quarter of year 2019 show that the times in the real estate market are still good and even though the growth is slower than before, the setback that influenced the second half of last

SEB: rental prices in Tallinn are still stable despite the abundance of retail space, but the growth of e-commerce is strong

SEB Pank

In the Baltic market of retail space, the biggest risk of overheating is in Tallinn because of the large number of new developments completed in recent years. At the same time, the average rental price in Tallinn is likely to

Uus Maa: Market Review February 2019

Uus Maa

Various indicators like reduced feeling of security of consumers and a prognosis of a slower economic growth are signs of the very good times in the real estate market becoming just good times for real estate in Estonia. February continued

Swedbank: In the fourth quarter of 2018, the housing affordability index (HAI) increased in all Baltic capitals on annual basis

Swedbank

In Tallinn, the HAI rose by 10.4 points to 161.9 as rapid wage growth outweighed growing apartment prices and interest rates. In Riga, the HAI improved by 12 points to 191.7 as wage growth outpaced apartment price growth. For new-project

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