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Some 10.6 percent more apartments were up for rent this August (y-o-y) in Bucharest Romania, which led to average rents decreasing by up to 4 percent, according to real estate site AnunturiParticulari.ro.
Average rents asked by owners dropped for all apartments expect three-bedroom properties in August compared to the same period last year, according to the same source. The largest drop, of up to 4 percent, was reported for one-bedroom apartments. The average rent for such an apartment last month was EUR 308 per month.
The average rent for studios was EUR 222 per month last month, down 1 percent m-o-m and 2 percent y-o-y. Two bedroom apartments reported an average rent of EUR 419 which meant a drop of one percentage point m-o-m, but also a one percentage point increase y-o-y. Three-bedroom apartments could be rented for an average of EUR 631, the same level as the previous month but up 12 percent y-o-y.
2,889 more apartments were available for rent this August compared to the same month last year. Out of this, 1,219 were one-bedroom apartments and 1,043 were studios. Business review Romania
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