An increasing number of Poles are buying apartments in a different city to where they work, reports Rzeczpospolita. This is because the price of property is more important to many buyers than the length of time spent commuting.
Some Poles who work in Warsaw are now buying property in £ód¼ despite the two cities being over 100 km apart.
“The secondary market in £ód¼ offers prices 50 percent lower than in Warsaw. Such disproportions matter a lot for potential buyers,” says Mariusz Kania, chairman of Metrohouse&Partners real estate agency.
According to Domy.pl, the average price per sqm for an apartment in the capital is over z³.8,000, compared to just z³.3,800 in £ód¼.
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