Rents in Ukraine compared to Europe

This is a comparison of median monthly rental prices in the most expensive region of the capital/most important city for a 1-bedroom apartment. The numbers are based on our in-house research.

Macedonia, Skopje € 280
Montenegro, Podgorica € 350
Latvia, Riga € 500
Bulgaria, Sofia € 500
Croatia, Zagreb € 550
Romania, Bucharest € 600
Cyprus, Nicosia € 600
Estonia, Tallinn € 650
Hungary, Budapest € 675
Turkey, Istanbul € 750
Germany, Berlin € 760
Slovenia, Ljubljana € 775
Slovakia, Bratislava € 800
Lithuania, Vilnius € 800
Norway, Oslo € 895
Malta, Valletta € 900
Greece, Athens € 950
Poland, Warsaw € 1,010
Austria, Vienna € 1,090
Belgium, Brussels € 1,100
Czech Republic, Prague € 1,260
Finland, Helsinki € 1,320
Spain, Madrid € 1,500
Portugal, Lisbon € 1,500
Sweden, Stockholm € 1,540
Ireland, Dublin € 1,570
Netherlands, Amsterdam € 1,800
Luxembourg € 1,800
Italy, Milan € 1,850
Denmark, Copenhagen € 1,875
France, Paris € 1,900
Switzerland, Zurich € 2,623

Ukraine does not publish official house price statistics. S&V Development, a real estate company, publishes quarterly average house prices. Colliers International releases a yearly Real Estate Market Review

Ukraine has good economics statistics available from the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine and the Central Bank of Ukraine.