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Why Poland?

  • Poland had the highest house price growth in Central and Eastern Europe in 2006, according to the RICS Housing Review 2007.
  • Average house price growth is expected to run at an average of 13% per year over the next decade, with households of one or two occupants expected to increase dramatically over the next 25 years.
  • FDI reached a record level of €11.69 billion in 2006 - an increase of 46.6% from 2005, which reported €7.71 billion.

Why Krakow?

Krakow is one of the best places to live in Poland. It attracts tourists and foreign investment in huge numbers. This huge influx of money naturally finds its way into the property market and, due to its cultural and economic foundations, it is an excellent place to invest for long-term property price growth.

Why Salwator City?

  • Salwator City is located in Krakow, just 10 minutes from the city centre, and enjoys excellent transport links to the city centre, its outer suburbs, the airport and beyond.
  • It's a brown-field development site that benefits greatly from exiting infrastructure & transport links.  The area has seen little new property such as this hencethe desirability of this project.  There has been increased demand for this type of property by the local market.
  • Substantial capital appreciation over the coming years is forecast due to the strong demand, increasing buying power of Poles,  and the emergence of a larger mortgage market, coupled with a lack of supply of new build property in the city and in the country in general.  The lack of supply on residential property will also be worsened by the diversion of resources to major infrastructure projects (roads, airports, hotels etc) prior to the Euro 2012 football tounament.

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