Deloitte develop index 5-6 2016
In May and June, the average offer price of new flats in Prague amounted to CZK 75,600 per m2, which represents a 2.8% increase compared to the previous two months. At the end of June, there were 4,713 vacant units for sale in the capital (which is a decrease of 2,108 units compared to the previous year). In total, Prague citizens bought new flats amounting to almost CZK 6.5 billion. The highest prices of flats were in Prague 2 (CZK 139, 200 per m2), the cheapest flats were in Prague 9 (CZK 59,100 per m2). Proposed prices for property in the capital are rising, there are fewer new projects in the residential market and their proposed prices are higher.