As the market develops, variability increases, both between regions and between parcel sizes and soil quality. Small, fragmented parcels have increased at 6% per annum since 2014, larger parcel sizes have increased at 23% per annum since 2014. The average is 16% annual growth since 2014.
It is also perhaps interesting to note that the average land price (Euro 5,331) is where Poland’s land market was in 2008. Poland’s current land price (subject to quality) is Euro 10,913-13,476/ha. Whilst clearly there are a number of differences between the markets – subject to political stability and economic development – Romania presents an interesting opportunity for properly researched and managed investments.
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