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Date added: 04 Oct 2019
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The Verkhovna Rada in the second reading adopted bill No. 8172 on the use of vehicles equipped with electric motors, which implies the provision of half of the parking spaces in the construction projects of new apartment buildings.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the secondary housing market in Ukraine has decreased significantly: most of the apartments have been removed from sale. The remaining housing on the market can be purchased at a discount, sometimes with a significant one. What are the prospects for the secondary market of Ukraine in 2023.
In Ukraine, for the three quarters of 2022, housing was commissioned by 44.9% lower than in the same period last year, the State Statistics Service reported. At the same time, the price per square meter is still growing.
Ukraine has been suspending electricity exports since October 11 in order to stabilize its energy system. This is reported by the Ministry of Energy.
The real estate market has changed significantly over the past six months. Despite all the tests, as of August 2022, according to the LUN portal, 824 out of 1330 residential complexes throughout Ukraine continue to operate.
For a year and a half in Ukraine, the Swedish IKEA corporation has expanded its assortment by one and a half times and is working to meet the demand of Ukrainians for creative space planning solutions.
The amount of mortgage loans issued for 10 months of 2021 is already more than UAH 7 billion.
Since the opening of the land market in Ukraine, almost 57 thousand agreements have been concluded within the framework of the land market, for a total amount of UAH 2.5 billion.
In Ukraine, the insurance of apartments and houses is not yet in great demand. Unforeseen situations cannot be prevented; it is much easier to avoid the serious financial damage associated with them.
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