- 10 Aug 2010 1:00 AM
Meanwhile the sub-index for property sellers rose 4.3 percentage points. The increase signals a moderate rise in demand for homes after a long period of oversupply as well as renewed interest on the leasing market.
The home buyers index was up 4.1 percentage points, to 45.7%, by June, which is still below the 50% mark, a sign that consumers still expect a fall in the property market.
Building-material prices are set to rise 3.7% this year, below Ecostat’s inflation forecast of 4.8%. "
Source: Hungary Around the Clock.
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