Two-thirds of flats in Poland built outside of voivodship capitals

Towns and cities with a population of more than 20,000 people account for 56% of housing units completed in Poland, with more than half of them (35% of the total) constructed in the capitals of Polish voivodships. The share of urban areas usually grows when the market is in boom and the property development sector thrives, according to historical data. Conversely, the countryside’s share expands when the housing market is in a crisis.
In 2012, Bialystok was the voivodship capital with the largest share in the local housing market of the voivodship and was also the only regional capital with a share exceeding 50%. Moreover, the Podlaskie voivodship was found to have the largest share of flats built in towns and cities with a population of more than 20,000. Other regions with more than 60% of housing units constructed in the larger towns and cities are Mazowieckie, Pomorskie, Slaskie and Dolnoslaskie.

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