Government-led initiatives provide an opportunity for a sustained recovery in residential construction in Poland

Scheduled for 2012-2013, the changes in residential construction initiated by the government and banking regulations applicable to lending will have a major effect on real demand for housing. In light of anticipated developments, for 2013 PMR predicts a decline of up to 20% in residential construction. However, this will be just a short-term dip after which the market will start to turn the corner.
In the last six years, the housing market in Poland was growing on the back of the widely-popular Family’s Own Home scheme. While the scheme was in operation, the number of loans obtained under the scheme grew on an annual basis peaking in 2011 when more than 51,300 subsidised loans were granted. Preliminary data shows that the scheme peaked again in 2012.

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