New flats priced at average 163,520 dinars per sq m in 2019

The average Serbian price of new flats was 163,520 dinars per sq m in 2019, and the high valuation is largely due to sales of flats in Belgrade municipalities, where the average price of new flats in urban residential areas was 215,842 dinars per sq m.

16 Mart 2020 15:29

BELGRADE - The average Serbian price of new flats was 163,520 dinars per sq m in 2019, and the high valuation is largely due to sales of flats in Belgrade municipalities, where the average price of new flats in urban residential areas was 215,842 dinars per sq m.

The cities of Novi Sad and Kragujevac, the western Serbian municipality of Cajetina, Vrnjacka Banja (central Serbia) and three Nis municipalities (Crveni krst, Medijana and Palilula) are also among the locations with notably high prices, the national statistical office RZS said in a statement.

The lowest prices were registered in Tutin (southwestern Serbia), Nova Varos (western Serbia) and Bujanovac (southern Serbia).

The average price of new flats in the second half of last year was 163,219 dinars per sq m.

In that period, the prices ranged from 50,840 dinars per sq m in Tutin to 348,643 dinars per sq m in Belgrade's urban municipality of Savski venac.

The prices were the highest in urban municipalities in the capital, where they averaged 218,356 dinars per sq m.

(1 euro = 117.6 dinars)

Photo: Tanjug/D. Goll, file

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