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Home: in Liguria fewer sales but boom prices
Home: in Liguria fewer sales but boom prices
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The real estate market in Liguria will close 2022 with a decrease in sales estimated at around 4.5% compared to the boom year of 2021, a decrease lower than the national average, and with a strong increase in prices, plus 4 percent on an annual basis. , after years of stability. These are the figures on the Ligurian real estate market that emerge from the “The Future in Now” Forum, organized by Scenari Immobiliari, the independent study and research observatory, which opened in Santa Margherita Ligure.
The sales of residential properties in the Ligurian market, at the end of the year, are estimated at 27,500 units, corresponding to four percent of the national total, quantifiable in 710 thousand transactions, Genoa represents the main residential market in the region and the sales recorded in 2021 cover 32 percent of the total of the entire Ligurian territory. “Genoa has fared better than the national average after having gone worse for many years – explained the president Mario Breglia – with strong demand pressure, a slight increase in prices, and expectations continue to be positive also in view of 2023, much that we have placed it among the first Italian cities with the greatest growth potential “.
The tourist rental market is also growing, fueled by the desire for a holiday after a long wait, and in this sense the tourist rents, compared to the summer of 2021, recorded an increase for the most attractive locations by four percent in July and by 4 percent. , 3 percent in August, against an Italian average for tourist resorts of 1.5 percent in July and 1.8 percent in August, with peaks for the Cinque Terre equal to 5.2 and 5.8 percent. (HANDLE).

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