|Last Updated: Jul. 16, 2014|
|BRATISLAVA - I Flats||COST (€)||YIELD (p.a.)||PRICE/SQ.M. (€)|
|TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT||TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT|
|60 sq. m.||129,960||594||
|90 sq. m.||172,350||823||5.73%||1,915||9.14|
|120 sq. m.||237,840||1,110||5.60%||1,982||9.25|
|200 sq. m.||428,000||1,896||5.32%||2,140||9.48|
|BRATISLAVA - II and III Flats|
|40 sq. m.||81,120||430||6.36%||2,028||10.75|
|60 sq. m.||112,980||540||5.74%||1,883||9.00|
|120 sq. m.||204,480||890||5.23%||1,704||7.42|
Bratislava I: Stare Mesto / Old Town
Bratislava II: Ruzinov
Bratislava III: Nove Mesto/ New Town
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Apartments in the Old Town of Bratislava cost on average, EUR 2,200 per square metre (sq.m.). In the nearby areas of Ruzinov and in the New Town, apartments tend to be cheaper, selling for around EUR 1,900 per sq. m.
Rents range from around EUR 8 to EUR 11 per sq. m. per month in the Old Town, whereas in Ruzinov and in the New Town, rents range from EUR 8 to EUR 10 per sq. m. per month.
The gross rental yield from a 75-sq. m. apartment in the Old Town is moderate at 5.40%. Bigger apartments in the Old Town return poor rental yields, ranging from 4.53% to 4.94%.
A 40 -sq. m. apartment in Ruzinov and in the New Town returns good rental yield at 6.23%.
#1 MARK ABRAMOV | June 13, 2010
i think slovakia will experience a very strong fall on the prices of flats and on the rents. Bratislava or better slovakia is the only place in Europe with the highest prperty prices
#2 CHRISBTN | June 20, 2010
The yields listed are pretty accurate - I've just worked out the gross rental yield on my flat in Bratislava II (Ruzinov) and it's just under 6.5%.
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