Real Estate Market and the Accession of Slovenia to the European Union

5th International conference «Economic Integration, competition and cooperation», Opatija, Croatia, 2005.

11 Pages Posted: 27 Mar 2013 Last revised: 4 May 2013

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Armand Faganel

University of Primorska - Faculty of Management

Date Written: March 26, 2013

Abstract

Slovenian real estate market made an important progress in recent decade, after the independence, gained in 1992. The privatization that took part in 90's, contributed to the fact that over 90% of Slovenians live in their own dwellings. Prices of real estate property are already on European Union level. There are still some unsolved issues like real estate property tax implementation and the question of former Italian property in Istria. We tried to investigate, what was happening on the Slovenian real estate market in the last year, on the demand and supply side, after the accession of Slovenia to the European Union. We are also presenting trends, which are dominating the European real estate market and predicting possible future development on this area.

Keywords: real estate market, European Union, Slovenia, accession

Suggested Citation

Faganel, Armand, Real Estate Market and the Accession of Slovenia to the European Union (March 26, 2013). 5th International conference «Economic Integration, competition and cooperation», Opatija, Croatia, 2005.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2239684 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2239684

Armand Faganel (Contact Author)

University of Primorska - Faculty of Management ( email )

Cankarjeva 5
Koper, 6104
Slovenia

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