January market overview – borrowing becomes cheaper, purchasing power improves, and prices slightly dip

The Estonian apartment market continues on the wave of stability, but due to changes in transaction structure, we also anticipate statistical price declines this year. Although at first glance the number of transactions in January may seem alarmingly low to some, it is actually quite typical for the seasonal patterns of the Estonian real estate …

Viimsi: A Premier Choice for Residency – 15 Compelling Reasons

Viimsi boasts a highly sought-after comprehensive living environment where contemporary architecture and modern living standards coexist with pristine and beautiful natural surroundings. Viimsi is located a mere 15 kilometers from the heart of Tallinn. Kairi Vanem, an agent at Uus Maa Luxum, presents 15 compelling reasons why living in Viimsi is an excellent choice. Proximity …

In the real estate market, emotional factors do not play a significant role

The current state of the real estate market can be likened to that of a grocery store, where purchases are primarily driven by necessity or attractive pricing, while high-end emotional acquisitions occur less frequently. Despite the absence of a notable decline in average square meter prices, the market is currently experiencing a downturn, evidenced by …

Market overview: Prices decline in Tallinn and overall Estonia

August saw increased activity in the apartment market in Estonia, but both Estonia as a whole and Tallinn experienced a decline in prices. However, transactions for some apartments are happening very quickly. Looking at the dynamics of buying activity, it is clear that interest in second-hand residential properties is steadily growing. Successful transactions are mainly …

In June, the real estate market experienced a slowdown, while prices continued to rise

The hot summer month of June caused a decrease in transaction activity in the real estate market, while prices increased in several areas. Clear patterns are emerging regarding the level of interest in different price groups. Many have raised a legitimate question about why there is talk of a downturn in the real estate market …

The developments significantly raised the price level in Tallinn

In general, the Estonian real estate market became somewhat more active again in May, and average price levels also increased. New developments took the lead in larger cities. In broad terms, May continued with the sentiments we experienced in previous months. Spring has traditionally been a more active period both in terms of property visits …