The boom in the real estate market is not over, however, on closer examination, it turns out that the situation is highly diversified. First of all, after COMPARISON OF LARGE CITIES WITH SMALLER CENTERS.

In the largest agglomerations there are growing problems not only with the availability of land, but also with increasingly longer time of waiting for the formalities connected with the construction. Both in terms of obtaining appropriate approvals and permits, as well as entries in land and mortgage registers.

In this respect the situation is better in smaller cities, where there is currently an INCREASING INTEREST OF DEVELOPERS IN NEW INVESTMENTS.

At the same time, nothing indicates that the demand for apartments and houses will weaken. This is evidenced by RECENT RECORDS IN THE NUMBER OF GRANTED AND APPLIED HIPOTECHANIC LOANS.

Besides, it should be remembered that still many people invest in real estate, buying them for cash and treating them as an attractive alternative to, for example, bank deposits.