The housing market in Poland remains strong due to the country’s excellent economic performance, wage increases and a fall in unemployment, combined with historical low interest rates. Now is an excellent moment to invest.
The average price of existing apartments in 7 large cities in Poland. These are; Warsaw, Gdańsk, Gdynia, Kraków, Łódź, Poznań and Wrocław. Prices increased by 7.11%. 5.51% adjusted for inflation.
Among the seven large cities, Wrocław saw the lowest price increase of 3.23% (1.69% corrected for inflation) during 2018.
Warsaw has the most expensive Polish housing and the average sale price is PLN 10,300 (€ 2,394) per sq. M. m. in 2018, according to NBP.
That all above is your answer to why invest now. And why invest and buy properties? The best investment on Earth is earth. As Louis Glickman said, an investor in the real estate industry.